Use logical operators like AND and OR. In order to use them they need to be
uppercase and between search terms. The example below will show results for courses that include
both terms, using OR instead of AND will give you courses that have either term but
may not include the other.
Narrow your results by using the minus sign (-) in front of a search term for word exclusion.
This will remove results that contain that term even though your other search terms may be present.
The example will return results containing the term history but not art.
Don't use common words. Common words and characters such as where, how or who
by themselves will return results but used in conjunction with other search terms will be ignored. Single digits and
single letters will also be ignored. If a common word or single character is essential then add a plus sign (+) in
front of the term.
ExampleStar Wars +I
You can search for an exact phrase or name by enclosing the phrase in quotation marks or by using a hyphen inbetween
each word of the phrase.