One of the search modes available in the library catalog. This search mode uses a series of dropdown menus and textboxes to construct a search. For more information and examples -- Andersen Library Catalog Tutorial: Advanced Search See also -- Keyword Search See also -- Relevance Search See also -- Library Catalog
A search option that lets you perform a more advanced search by increasing the details you include in your search. You can search by title, author, subject, publisher, publication year, keywords, ISBN, full text, netLibrary eBook ID or any combination of these criteria.
Many databases provide this option of combining a variety of terms (author, title, date of publication, keyword, subject) to help you to construct a more detailed search on your topic. See also BOOLEAN OPERATORS
Allows users to use multiple terms in a search, use the Boolean operators And or Or, and limit searches to specific categories, perspectives, or folders. Site administrators choose whether to implement the advanced search feature in a WebDB site.
There are three types of advanced searches from which one can choose: Organization, User or Mentor. Advanced Searching provides a comprehensive search on any or all profile fields. When using one of these searches you will only be querying those members that have designated themselves as such.
An option at most of the major search engines that allow users to specify certain search criteria. For example, users can elect to see only documents added to the database after a certain date, documents in specific languages etc.