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USING EBSCOHOST: BOOLEAN OPERATORS

BOOLEAN OPERATORS

Boolean operators allow you to limit or expand your search in specific ways. Below you will see examples of using Boolean operators in a variety of ways.

When to use the Boolean operator NOT:  

If you want to find resources on a topic that is commonly associated with another topic, the Boolean operator NOT may be helpful. For example, you might want to find “pumpkin spice” but NOT “latte.”  

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