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Learning Exercise

Material: PLUTO (Pacific Library User Tutorial Online)
Submitted by: Sally Robertson on May 27, 2008
Date Last Modified: May 27, 2008
Title: Use boolean operators in reseach
Description: Construct a good search strategy using boolean operators and truncation for a research topic of your choice.
Type of Task: Individual, Student-centered
Time Required 30 min.
Course: Writing courses
Audience: College General Ed, High School
Prerequisites Skills: Basic computer skills.
Learning Objectives: To learn how to effectively search library databases.
Text of Learning Exercise: Choose any topic and construct an effective search strategy for it using boolean operators and truncation.
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