You probably are familiar with searches on Google and other search platforms. When you make searches in the Library's Catalog think of keywords or phrases related to your topic of interest and combine these terms according to your needs.
If you are looking for a film adaptation of Cinderella your search may look like this:
If you are looking for a fairy tale adaptation for youth or teen literature, your search may look like this:
If you are looking for a fairy tale adaptation to a dramatic performance work such as an opera, your search may look like this:
Keywords and related terms are nouns and noun-phrases connected to your research topic. You may use one or more keywords when you are looking for information. Keywords will help you:
When you find a book, article, or other material that you like, see its bibliographic record and pay attention to the subject heading listing, which will help you expand your research.
Use Boolean operators for information on databases or universities' online catalogs.