Web search field trip: Find it on the web with field searching
Weare, W. H., Jr. (2008). Web search field trip: Find it on the web with field searching. Library Media Connection 27(1), 52-54
The author describes the functionality of field searching, a search technique which locates specific terms in a specific field. The author points out field searching options available via the advanced search page of the four largest search entities and provides examples that demonstrate the use of syntax to do field searching from the main page, as well as advanced search options not available from the advanced search page.
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