Search the Library
You can use search to help you quickly find the content that you are looking for.
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- You may specify words or phrases (words within quotation marks) alone, or grouped in Boolean (AND, OR, and NOT) combinations.
- The search engine is not case-sensitive.
- You may use search expressions to refine your result.
The following are examples of search expressions:
- Word proximity search: Content with the words closest together is ranked higher.
Example: advanced project management
- Exact phrase search: Content must match the phrase exactly to be part of the search results. You must use quotation marks.
Example: "advanced project management"
- Boolean expressions: The NOT operator cannot be used alone; use the NOT operator with the AND operator. Use quotes to group search terms.
Example: "project management" and not "cost estimating"
- Proximity Expression: Content is ranked higher if an exact phrase and a specified word are nearby.
Example: "advanced project management" near technology
- Word Truncation Expression: Use of the wildcard (*) character. You can use the wildcard character at the end of a word, but not at the start or in the middle of a word.
Example: project plan*
- You may search for specific learning content.
For the best results, search for the learning item's ID number (such as a course number). If you are searching for a learning item by its title, place the title in quotes to conduct an exact phrase search, especially when the title contains a Boolean operator (AND, OR, or NOT).
Example: "Budgeting and Financial Management: Planning Your Budget"