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Help: Quick Search and All Indexes Search Results
The results of your Quick Search or All Indexes search are displayed on this Search Results page. A summary of what you searched for is included at the top of the page, along with the number of results which have been retrieved from each content type.
The results page is divided into a section for each content type. Follow the content type links at the top of the page to jump to a list of the first five results for that type.
How do I view results for different content types?
The results page is divided into a section for each content type: Books, Periodicals, Official Publications, Archives, Newspapers and Reference. Follow the content type links at the top of the page to jump to a list of the first five results for that type.
If there are no results for a particular content type its name will not be a link and there will not be a corresponding results section on the Search Results page.
How do I start a new search?
Either enter your new search terms in the Quick Search box or click the All Indexes link in the right navigation panel to open a fresh search page and carry out a new search. Any search terms from your current search will not be retained.
How do I modify my search?
If you have performed an All Indexes search you can use the Modify search link to return to the Search All Indexes page. Your original search terms will be intact so you can edit them and re-execute your search.
Note that this link is not available following a Quick Search as this search is available on most pages in C19 Index.
How do I save a search?
If you have performed an All Indexes search you can store a search in the Saved searches area of My Archive for use at a later date by clicking the Save search terms to My Archive link. You will be prompted to give your search a name to identify it easily in the list of saved searches.
Note that this link is not available following a Quick Search.
How do I select a result?
You can select results in the Search Results and transfer them to the Marked List:
The selected results will be transferred to your Marked List. Each result that has been added will have their Add to Marked List box checked and a darker background tint.
To remove results from the Marked List:
When a result is removed from the Marked List the Add to Marked List box will be cleared and darker background tint removed.
You can click the Marked List link to view the current entries in your Marked List at any time.
How do I display the full record?
To view the full record for an item in the Search Results, click the hyperlinked result title.
I am a joint JSTOR/C19 Index subscriber. How can I view JSTOR full text for Periodicals Index Online results in C19 Index?
If your library/institution participates in the JSTOR Arts & Sciences I, Arts & Sciences II,
Arts & Sciences III, Arts & Sciences IV, and/or Arts & Sciences Complement Collections,
you can enable linking to JSTOR full text from Periodicals Index Online results within C19 Index
by completing the
Once you have enabled JSTOR linking, you will see a View article in JSTOR link next to entries in the Search Results where JSTOR full text is available. Clicking this link will open the full text of the item in a separate window.
Navigating resultsThe first five results for each content type are displayed on the page. If there are more than five results, a More ... link will be displayed at the end of the section e.g. More Books ..., More Periodicals .... To view the full list of results for a particular content type follow this link.
You will be taken to a new search results page which displays the first 20 results for that content type, with access to all the results for that type. This page offers all the functions available from a results page after performing an individual index search. Note that the five results from the initial Quick Search or All Indexes search will be the first five results on this new results page.