To retrieve the most relevant search results, you will need to construct a search string.
A search string is a combination of keywords, truncation symbols, and boolean operators you enter into the search box of a library database or search engine
When you create a search string, there are things to remember!
Example: (Jelly OR Jam) AND peanut butter =/= Jelly OR (Jam AND peanut butter).
Example: "bed bugs" will not find "bed bug". Instead search for bed AND bug*, without the quotes, to get both variations.