Use the Browse tab to look at a list of sources that may be browsed within the current tab or to look inside a single source at its table of contents, documents, etc. You may select sources or subsections of sources on the Browse tab and then click the Search tab to search within the sources you selected. You may also broaden the number of sources in which to search by clicking the Search tab and making a new selection in the Select Sources drop-down list. For more information on searching, see Developing a Search.
Note: You may only browse sources that have tables of contents. If a source does not have a table of contents, the name of the source is displayed as a label, not a link.
Click on a link below to read more about the basic features available when browsing sources.
To see all the sources that you may browse within the current tab (or all the sources in a combined source), click "All." To browse a specific source, click the name of the source.
You may browse sources in two ways:
To set your browsing options, click the Preferences link on the top navigation bar.
To select specific levels within sources, click the check box next to a level. Click the "plus" and "minus" icons to expand and contract a level. When you are finished, go back to the Search tab and continue your search. The selections that you choose on the Browse tab are reflected on the Search tab.
You may select, or "tag," documents and sections of
documents in Browse for delivery, searching, or viewing
a document or section. For example, if you tag section
1, 6 and 10 in a document, you may print, view or
search just those tagged sections later.
After you have tagged sections or documents, enter search terms in the field provided under the Quick Search form. Click Search to retrieve your results.