HMML Reference Help
Search tips and suggestions
- The search engine ignores "stop words" such as articles and conjunctions: a, an, the, and, etc.
- Hyphens and upper/lower case distinctions are irrelevant: anglo saxon returns the same result as Anglo-Saxon.
- You do not need to use double-quotes around multiple terms ( " " ). For example, search for tinted drawing rather than "tinted drawing."
- Wildcards such as ? or * are not accepted in this release -- note that this is different from the search engine used for Reading Room.
- Sort results by AUTHOR, SHORT TITLE, or DATE by clicking the blue column headings. Click the same heading again to re-sort descending versus ascending.
- Both American and British spellings should return the same results. Please let us know if this is not the case for your search.
Find any glitches in the search process? Have suggestions for improving HMML Reference? Please let us know using the "Corrections or additions?" link. Or you may contact us at HMML.
Using and saving search results
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You can email any individual record by clicking the button at the bottom of the pop-up window.
If an item is available in the public domain, the record contains a link to the digitized surrogate in archive.org.
Results are exportable to Zotero by using the Zotero plug-in for your Firefox browser. Clicking the folder icon in the browser navigation bar will open a window containing your search results in list form. You can check which items you would like to export to your Zotero library. Note: if you do not have an active search, you will be offered all items on the current page. If you search, you will be offered the items retrieved by your search. If the results are more than one page, you will need to click through each page view to have the option of exporting items from that page to Zotero.
Please note that subject tags will not be included in your export to Zotero. Also, we recommend you check all of your exported citations. Due to the complexity of the data transfer mechanism (COinS), the volume number for series items, and other data may not be transferred.
Background and current state of ReferenceReference is based on the resources found in the HMML collection, amplified by other works identified by HMML staff as useful for researchers. Like Lexicon, Reference has been designed to be an expandable resource that will be continually enriched with additional titles.
Please send us your suggestions by using the "Corrections or additions?" link within HMML Reference or contact us at HMML.
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