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2 <chapter xmlns="http://docbook.org/ns/docbook" xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"\r
3             xmlns:xl="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink" version="5.0" xml:id="basicsearch">\r
4         <info>\r
5         <title>Basic Search</title>\r
6                 <abstract>\r
7                         <para>From the OPAC home<indexterm><primary>OPAC</primary></indexterm>, you can conduct a basic search of all materials owned by all libraries in your Evergreen system.</para> \r
8                         <para>This search can be as simple as typing keywords into the search box and clicking Go!  Or, you can make your search more precise by limiting your search by \r
9                         fields to search,  material type or library location.</para>\r
10                 </abstract>\r
11         </info>                 \r
12          \r
13       <para>The Homepage contains a single search box for you to enter search terms. You can get to\r
14          the Homepage at any time by selecting the <guilabel>Home</guilabel> link from the left-hand\r
15          sidebar in the catalogue, or you can enter a search anywhere you see a search box.</para><indexterm><primary>search box</primary></indexterm>\r
16 \r
17       <para>You can select to search by: </para>\r
18       <itemizedlist>\r
19          <listitem>\r
20             <para><emphasis role="bold">Keyword</emphasis>—finds the terms you enter anywhere in the<indexterm><primary>search</primary><secondary>keyword</secondary></indexterm>\r
21                entire record for an item, including title, author, subject, and other information.\r
22             </para>\r
23          </listitem>\r
24       </itemizedlist>\r
25       <itemizedlist>\r
26          <listitem>\r
27             <para><emphasis role="bold">Title</emphasis>—finds the terms you enter in the title of\r
28                an item.</para><indexterm><primary>search</primary><secondary>title</secondary></indexterm>\r
29          </listitem>\r
30       </itemizedlist>\r
31       <itemizedlist>\r
32          <listitem>\r
33             <para><emphasis role="bold">Author</emphasis>—finds the terms you enter in the author of\r
34                an item.</para><indexterm><primary>search</primary><secondary>author</secondary></indexterm>\r
35          </listitem>\r
36       </itemizedlist>\r
37       <itemizedlist>\r
38          <listitem>\r
39             <para><emphasis role="bold">Subject</emphasis>—finds the terms you enter in the subject\r
40                of an item. Subjects are categories assigned to items according to a system such as\r
41                the Library of Congress Subject Headings.</para><indexterm><primary>search</primary><secondary>subject</secondary></indexterm>\r
42          </listitem>\r
43       </itemizedlist>\r
44       <itemizedlist>\r
45          <listitem>\r
46             <para><emphasis role="bold">Series</emphasis>—finds the terms you enter in the title of\r
47                a multi-part series.</para><indexterm><primary>search</primary><secondary>series</secondary></indexterm>\r
48          </listitem>\r
49       </itemizedlist>\r
50       <simplesect xml:id="catalogue-basic-search-format">\r
51 \r
52          <title> Formats</title>\r
53          <para>You can limit your search by format: </para>\r
54          <itemizedlist>\r
55             <listitem>\r
56                <para>\r
57                   <emphasis role="bold">Books</emphasis><indexterm><primary>formats</primary><secondary>books</secondary></indexterm>\r
58                </para>\r
59             </listitem>\r
60          </itemizedlist>\r
61          <itemizedlist>\r
62             <listitem>\r
63                <para>\r
64                   <emphasis role="bold">Large Print</emphasis><indexterm><primary>formats</primary><secondary>large print</secondary></indexterm>\r
65                </para>\r
66             </listitem>\r
67          </itemizedlist>\r
68          <itemizedlist>\r
69             <listitem>\r
70                <para><emphasis role="bold">Audiobooks</emphasis> (books read aloud on CDs or other\r
71                   media) </para><indexterm><primary>formats</primary><secondary>audiobooks</secondary></indexterm>\r
72             </listitem>\r
73          </itemizedlist>\r
74          <itemizedlist>\r
75             <listitem>\r
76                <para><emphasis role="bold">Video</emphasis> (VHS tapes, DVDs, and other media)\r
77                </para><indexterm><primary>formats</primary><secondary>video</secondary></indexterm>\r
78             </listitem>\r
79          </itemizedlist>\r
80          <itemizedlist>\r
81             <listitem>\r
82                <para><emphasis role="bold">Music </emphasis>(music on CD or other media)</para>\r
83             </listitem><indexterm><primary>formats</primary><secondary>music</secondary></indexterm>\r
84          </itemizedlist>\r
85          <itemizedlist>\r
86             <listitem>\r
87                <para><emphasis role="bold">Electronic Resources</emphasis> (databases or other\r
88                   resources available electronically in the library or online) </para>\r
89             </listitem><indexterm><primary>formats</primary><secondary>electronic resources</secondary></indexterm>\r
90          </itemizedlist>\r
91       </simplesect>\r
92       <simplesect xml:id="catalogue-basic-search-libraries">\r
93          <title> Libraries</title>\r
94          <para>If you are using a catalogue in a library or accessing a library’s online catalogue\r
95             from its homepage, the search will return items for your local library. If your library\r
96             has multiple branches, the result will display items available at your branch and all\r
97             branches of your library system separately.</para>\r
98       </simplesect>\r
99 </chapter>\r
100 \r