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Using your combined words, phrases, and ideas list, create a search strategy with a minimum of 3 keywords/phrases using AND/OR to find more information on your article's topic.
- Use AND to connect topics
- Use OR for synonyms or related terms and surround with parentheses
- Place quotations marks around two or more words that you want to be searched together
- Use the asterisk (Shift/8) to locate alternate endings
Example: shark* AND (lanthanide OR "electrosensory organ")