Highlight, underline or circle the keywords or main concepts in your summary. These words can help you build your search strategy and set parameters.
These can be synonyms, related words, abbreviations, acronyms and other words that are specific to your topic. For example,
Use Advanced Search to improve your search strategy.
The predictive text function in Library Advanced Search will generate similar keywords and concepts. This can also help refine your research. Look at the Advanced Search Techniques tab for tips on searching effectively.
Other databases may include a function to limit your search results to peer reviewed content. If the function exists it will usually be visible on the Advanced Search screen. The position and appearance of the limiter can vary as the examples below show.