Keywords are important. Using the right words makes your search easier and gives you the results you need for your papers. But finding the rights words can be hard. There are lots of ways to keep track of keywords - just be sure you keep track of them so you don't end up using the same words over and over to the same search results over and over.
"Keywords are the significant words or concepts that express an idea or topic. They are an example of "natural language" access to information, in which you use words in natural order to describe a topic. In contrast, Library of Congress subject headings are examples of a "controlled vocabulary" access to information. A keyword search finds the word or phrase you choose in any field of the catalog record. Keywords are also used for searches in computer-based periodical indexes and Internet search engines.(Elmer E. Rasmussen Library, https://library.uaf.edu/goldmine-keyword-searching Nov 8, 2014)."
The words you type into the search box affect your search results. Not all authors use the same language to describe similar topics, so you will need to try a variety of searches.
"How do sleep habits affect the academic success of college students ?"
My keywords are:
What are some possible alternatives for each of these keywords?
|Sleep habits||Academic Success||College students|
Carnegie Vincent Library (2:57)
University of West Florida, John C. Pace Library, (3:50)