Use "quotation marks" to keep your keywords side-by-side as an exact phrase, for example, "career choices"
Use the *asterisk as a wild card to give you the same stem with any ending, for example, therap* will give you the words therapy, therapies, therapist, therapeutic and any other word that has the root therap. In a LOIS book search, try to get in the habit of truncating any single word to bring up singular and plural. Example: career*
Use (parentheses) to nest, or combine similar keywords with the connectors OR, AND, NOT, for example, (career* or employment* or job*)
Another example would be: (career* or employment*) and name of career
Here are some examples of keywords that will help find relevant books and articles:
Some sample ebook titles. These books can be read online at any time, although you will still need to sign in with your student ID and password.