As you embark on the searching process, remember that you might not get the best results in your first attempt at searching. You will probably need to try lots of different searches, using the techniques outlined on the previous page, and changing your search terms, combinations, and the fields searched.
The search process is an ongoing process of either narrowing or broadening your search (sometimes both), depending on your topic, your results, and how well they match up.
In most databases your searches will be saved and you can go back to them later, but note that, if you wish to save results and searches permanently, you will need to create a personal account or folder in the database or database platform that you are using.
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