How to search the Library
Keywords are used to characterize content of articles in the library. One article can be assigned multiple keywords, and one keyword may characterize several different articles. Keywords are similar to topics, and a library article mostly covers several topics at once.
In order to find articles on desired topic please use keywords search: just fill relevant keywords in "Search string (keywords)" and click "Search". For example, search on keyword
BIOETHICS finds all articles that have something to do with bioethics.
If the search string contains several keywords delimited by spaces, then the search finds all articles that are assigned every specified keyword. For instance, the search on key phrase
BIOETHICS DANDREEV finds all articles that are written by the author Daniil Andreev and have something to do with bioethics.
In order to find all articles that are assigned at least one specified keyword, enclose the search phrase in brackets. For example, the search on key phrase
(TPAVLOVA DANDREEV) delivers all articles that are written by authors Daniil Andreev or Tatiana Pavlova.
Saved queries are frequently used search phrases listed for your fast and convenient use. Please select a saved query from the list and click "Search".