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ENG 101: Preparing for an Annotated Bibliography

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If you are searching for a topic that involves more than one keyword, place “quotes” around your keywords like this:

"minimum wage"

"college tuition"

This can give you more specific search results.

Additionally, you may also combine keywords with the word and.

"minimum wage" and legislation

"college tuition" and debt

Combining keywords may help narrow a search.


Watch: Selecting the Right Number of Keywords