Enter one or more words and click Search.
Explore your results. Open and view documents that interest you. A document can be anything from a newspaper article, to a photograph, PDF, or video.
ProQuest looks for your words (search terms) in all fields—including any available abstract or full text—of all documents in all selected databases.
When you enter more than one word, shale oil for example, ProQuest will look for documents that contain both shale and oil in any field, including any available abstract or full text.
Surround your words with quotation marks—“eternal love” or “life after death”—to force ProQuest to look for your words as a phrase only, rather than finding each word separately.
If enabled by your administrator, autocomplete provides suggestions from previously successful searches by ProQuest users. The list changes as you type, to match previous searches that start with what you have entered at any point. Click any term in the list to immediately search for that term.
You can click the Turn off auto-complete link to disable search term suggestions for your current ProQuest session
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