Searching in OneSearch is easy, but you can sometimes get too many results. If you don’t find exactly what you’re looking for, use the filters on the left side of the screen to expand or narrow your results. The "Discipline" filter can be especially useful for weeding irrelevant results. You may also want to revise your keywords; learn about creating search queries.
Proximity searches limit search result sets to terms within a specified number of words from each other. To perform a proximity search, enclose your search terms in quotes and use the tilde (~) followed by a number indicating the distance you want to allow between search terms.
The example search below finds material where "yeast" and "bread" appear within ten words of each other.