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Links to live MIDCAT search results can easily be inserted into on-line documents. Use the examples below for diffrerent types of searches.  
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Links to live MIDCAT search results can easily be inserted into on-line documents. Use the examples below for different types of searches.  
  
AUTHOR SEARCH  
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'''AUTHOR SEARCH'''
  
[http://biblio.middlebury.edu/search/a?SEARCH=friel+brian&searchscope=2 Friel Brian]
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[http://biblio.middlebury.edu/search/a?SEARCH=friel+brian&searchscope=2 Friel Brian] &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; <br>
  
TITLE SEARCH  
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http://biblio.middlebury.edu/search/a?SEARCH=friel+brian&amp;searchscope=2
  
Playboy of the Western World
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'''TITLE SEARCH'''
  
SUBJECT SEARCH  
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[http://biblio.middlebury.edu/search/t?SEARCH=playboy+of+the+western+world&searchscope=2 Playboy of the Western World]
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http://biblio.middlebury.edu/search/t?SEARCH=playboy+of+the+western+world&amp;searchscope=2<br>
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'''SUBJECT SEARCH'''
  
 
Israel (note that all subject headings containing the word "israel" are displayed)  
 
Israel (note that all subject headings containing the word "israel" are displayed)  
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Drinking songs  
 
Drinking songs  
  
Call Number Searches
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'''CALL&nbsp;NUMBER&nbsp;SEARCHES'''
  
PN6111 and PN6112<br>Keyword Searches
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PN6111 and PN6112
  
stuff or dogs<br>Qualified Keyword Searches
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<br>'''KEYWORD&nbsp;SEARCHES'''
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stuff or dogs
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<br>'''QUALIFIED&nbsp;KEYWORD&nbsp;SEARCHES'''
  
 
Subject  
 
Subject  
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KEYWORD SUBJECT search d:dramatists and interviews<br>Complex KEYWORD SUBJECT d:Drama or Theater) and d: periodicals<br>This is also how one can search HRAF numbers. For example:  
 
KEYWORD SUBJECT search d:dramatists and interviews<br>Complex KEYWORD SUBJECT d:Drama or Theater) and d: periodicals<br>This is also how one can search HRAF numbers. For example:  
  
d: HRAF F1<br>SPECIFIC RECORD NUMBER<br>You must remove the check digit from the record number. For example, record number 15926333 would be searched as  
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d: HRAF F1
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<br>'''SPECIFIC RECORD NUMBER'''<br>You must remove the check digit from the record number. For example, record number 15926333 would be searched as  
  
 
http://biblio.middlebury.edu/record=b1592633  
 
http://biblio.middlebury.edu/record=b1592633  
  
Genre
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'''GENRE'''
  
 
To search for a genre, such as equipment or laptop, use j?SEARCH={genre} as follows:  
 
To search for a genre, such as equipment or laptop, use j?SEARCH={genre} as follows:  
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If you have questions or suggestions about this page, please e-mail Mike Lynch.<br>
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If you have questions or suggestions about this page, please e-mail [mailto:merz@middlebury.edu Barbara Merz].<br>

Revision as of 14:02, 14 December 2009

Links to live MIDCAT search results can easily be inserted into on-line documents. Use the examples below for different types of searches.

AUTHOR SEARCH

Friel Brian      

http://biblio.middlebury.edu/search/a?SEARCH=friel+brian&searchscope=2

TITLE SEARCH

Playboy of the Western World

http://biblio.middlebury.edu/search/t?SEARCH=playboy+of+the+western+world&searchscope=2

SUBJECT SEARCH

Israel (note that all subject headings containing the word "israel" are displayed)

Drinking songs

CALL NUMBER SEARCHES

PN6111 and PN6112


KEYWORD SEARCHES

stuff or dogs


QUALIFIED KEYWORD SEARCHES

Subject

KEYWORD SUBJECT search d:dramatists and interviews
Complex KEYWORD SUBJECT d:Drama or Theater) and d: periodicals
This is also how one can search HRAF numbers. For example:

d: HRAF F1


SPECIFIC RECORD NUMBER
You must remove the check digit from the record number. For example, record number 15926333 would be searched as

http://biblio.middlebury.edu/record=b1592633

GENRE

To search for a genre, such as equipment or laptop, use j?SEARCH={genre} as follows:

http://biblio.middlebury.edu/search/j?SEARCH=equipment&searchscope=2


If you have questions or suggestions about this page, please e-mail Barbara Merz.

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