To use this search page, you can look for a single word. Or,
use the tips below to refine your search to find more specific
Look for a phrase.
Example - type training workshops to find the exact phrase
training workshops. Since the search is not case-sensitive,
this is equivalent to Training Workshops.
Look for two or more words at once by using the AND operator.
Example - type radio AND community to find documents
that have both the word radio and the word community
Look for words that are close to each other by using the NEAR
operator instead of the AND operator. When you use NEAR, the
closer together the words are, the higher the rank of the page,
so the higher it appears in the list of search results.
Example - type Native NEAR broadcast to match documents
where the word Native is within 50 words of the word
Look for synonyms or similar words by using the OR operator.
Note that if you don't use the OR operator and search using
multiple words, the words are treated as a phrase.
Example - type media OR video to find the word media
or the word video, but not necessarily both.
Limit your search by using the AND NOT operator to exclude
Example - type film AND NOT video to find all instances
of film, as long as film is not followed by the
Use double quotes if you want to use AND, OR, NOT, or NEAR
Example - type "film and video" to find documents with
the phrase film and video. Without the double quotes,
this query would use the AND operator instead of the phrase.
Use a single asterisk (*) to look for words that begin with
the same letters.
Example - type broadcast* to find broadcast, broadcasting,
broadcaster, and so on.
Use a double asterisk (**) to look for all forms of a word.
Example - type screen** to match screen, screened,
screening, and screenings.
If you are searching for a word with an accented letter(s)
you must include the accent. If your keyboard doesn't have accented
letters, lists of keyboard commands are listed in the links
below. If you are unsure if a word has an accented letter(s),
you can try typing in part of the word into the search field
(see above - Use a single asterisk (*)).
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