Enclose phrases in quotation marks, e.g.:
Try adding an asterisk * to the root of any word will find variations of the word:
When searching a library database, or Summon, use key words only, e.g.,
transgendered employees accommodation
do NOT search full sentences, e.g.,
What issues are involved in accommodating transgendered employees and how far should that accommodation.
The "site" command is a power search tip you can use with Google.
This command lets you search a word or phrase on a specific website.
For example, in the Google search box, type: "training and development" site:esdc.gc.ca
The above will search the exact phrase "training and development" on the Canadian government occupational website only.