ALT Text: A search for “blended learning” will contain results with blended and learning beside each other. A search for wom?n will include results like woman, women, and womyn. A search for academ* will contain results with different endings like academic, academics, academy. A search for creative N2 thinking will include test with creative and thinking within 2 words of each other.
ALT Text: In Google Scholar, default search looks for keywords in the citation, abstract, and full text, if available. Use a minus immediately before a search term you want to exclude from your results. Typing “intitle” and a colon before a word will find results with your search term in the title. Typing “author” and a colon before a name will find results with your search term as the author. Typing quotation marks around a phrase will find results for an exact phrase. Try selecting “Advanced Search” from the pull down menu in Google Scholar.