Use Boolean operators (AND, OR, NOT), to further limit ideas, concepts and topics. Try some of the following to refine your search:
Remember to use "quotation marks" around phrases for better searching.
Google Search Operators
(adding symbols and words to your search)
Search Using Quotation Marks
To search for a phrase, to find words side-by-side in a particular order
Examples: "United States" "Civil War"
Search by Suffiix
To search for sites bearing a particular suffix, like .edu, gov., etc.
After typing your search terms, type the following:
site:.edu (will only show educational institutions .edu sites)
site:.gov (will only show U.S. government .gov sites
site:.org (will only show nonprofit .org sites)