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Enter a publication name to search the Source field within a record. The product retrieves:
Enter a full or partial (truncated) publication name. If you enter a partial publication name, end it with the asterisk (*) wildcard. Join multiple titles by the OR search operator.
Publication Name Search Rules
If you enter a word or phrase, you will retrieve records of articles from journals whose titles begin with the word or phrase. For example, Architect* will retrieve records of articles from journals whose titles begin with the text string Architect and end with any group of letters (or with no letters), such as:
This Publication Name search does not retrieve records of articles from Journal of Architectural Education or Journal of Architectural and Planning Research. To retrieve these records, you need to enter Journal of Architect*.
Conference Proceedings Search Rules
Always search on the main title of a conference, book, or journal. Do not include the subtitle. For example, the following searches are valid:
However, do not include a source subtitle in the search query. The following searches are not valid because they include a source subtitle.
The title and the subtitle are always separated by a colon ( : ) in the source name.
Publication Name Index
Use the Publication Name Index to access a list of titles that you can add to your query. Using the index allows you to locate the preferred titles to add to your search.
Journal Title Changes
Do not enter an abbreviated publication name because the product will not retrieve any results.