While the search box looks like the Google search box, it works differently. The default search treats all terms you enter in a search box as though they are joined with AND. For more relevant results, put quotation marks around phrases.
If you were looking for information on the education of pharmacy students, you would need to type "pharmacy student" in the search box. By putting quotes around the words pharmacy student, Discovery will know you are looking for information specific to pharmacy students and not other types of students.
Keyword: Enter words or phrases in quotes to search for items
Title: Searches for words in the item title
Author: Searches for the last name of the author
Article Title: Looking for a specific article--enter the full article name with quotes around the title
Journal Title: If you want to search within a specific journal, enter the journal name into the search box.
Example: To search within the New England Journal of Medicine start typing the journal title, then select the title from the publications section of the dropdown.
To combine your terms and phrases in other ways (such as with OR or NOT), use the advanced search.
Example: The search below will look for results that include animal therapy AND cats, but NOT dogs.
Limits the results returned.
Limits results by publication type such as eBooks, academic journals (i.e. journal articles), magazines, reviews, books...
Refines results by subject--categories vary by search.