Phrase searching ""
Surround your terms in quotation marks to ensure Google keeps the words together. Phrase searches using quotation marks are useful when searching for famous sayings or specific names.
Example: searching for "art history" and "south carolina" will return only pages that have those exact phrases.
Restrict your returns to a specific domain. E.g. site:edu, org.
Example: childhood poverty and statistics site:gov
Limit your search to a particular file extension, such as .pdf, .jpg, .ppt,.
Example: Matisse filetype:ppt
The Undergradute Research Engine is a customized Google search engine that will limit your web search results to websites that are authoritative sources for college-level work. Simply type in your topic into the search box, click the magnifying glass or press enter, and your college-level results will populate.