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Selecting Keywords for Your Search

Selecting keywords for your search is a very important step.

If you skip it, you could experience a great deal of unnecessary frustration later.

Brainstorming can be done in any number of ways: a neatly organized list, a collection of associated words in no particular order, a word-cloud, or any format that makes sense to you. This is only one example.

You will find that some keywords are more likely to return the results you want. Some of them may not be useful at all, but writing them down can help you keep track of what you have already tried.

If you need help, don't hesitate to contact me (Melissa Clark) or Ask the Librarian on duty while you are working.

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Agriculture & Biological Sciences Librarian and Distance Information Services Librarian

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1300 N Campus Dr
Brookings, SD 57007

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This Guide created by Melissa Clark on September 13, 2016.

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