|4. Journal Searching:|
Search by Journal Title
Here is an example of a journal title search
for the New England Journal of Medicine.
This user did not need to know that this title was also searchable by it's well-known acronym. While CyberTools does index this particular synonym, the user also would have been able to search successfully on "N E J M" (spaces added). Word order does not matter, for example, "New Journal England" would also retrieve this journal.
If the user de-selects "Exact Words" (located just under the Search terms to input), then the user can search on truncations, variations, or other portions of the journal's title. In this case, inputting "Jou New En" would also retrieve this journal.