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You can search the database by typing a keyword into the text box. It does not matter whether the text is entered using either upper or lower case. If a text entry does not produce a satisfactory result, it may be that alternative words should be tried, or abbreviations expanded, e.g. trying variations such as "Design and Technology", design, designing or DT. Note that in this example, using design as the search string will match all records containing design, designing and design and technology but DT would not.

Placing a phrase in quotations forces the search engine to find that complete phrase e.g. "food technology" would not return entries containing only the word food, whereas food technology would return all entries containing the word food as well as all entries containing the word technology.

To search using more than one keyword, normal logical operators can be used e.g. AND NOT OR. e.g. design and technology will return only the entries which refer to both design AND technology. Whereas design not technology will return every entry containing the word design except for those which also contain the word technology.

Suggestions for alterations to any of the entries can be submitted by clicking on the email link to the editor which is included at the bottom of each screen.