Below are some tips and examples to help you understand how the eNotes search function works:
To find items recently published in the Federal Register, enter the phrase "federal register" (without quotation marks) into the search box and hit "search eNotes." You will get a list of eNote items published in the past 6 months that have the phrase federal register in the title, source or abstract.
For all eNote items related to prematurity, premature birth, infants born prematurely, etc., enter the text string that is common to all these terms into the search box, which in this case would be "prematur" (without quotation marks). Select "search all" and then "search eNotes." You will get a list of all eNote items that have any of these terms in the title, source or abstract. The results will be listed in reverse chronological order by year.
For items that are specifically about the Parent Training and Information Centers, enter the entire phrase into the search box (again, without quotation marks). This will eliminate many items related to parents, parenthood, parenting, etc. and return only those items that contain the entire phrase you are looking for.
For items from the Tots 'n Tech Research Institute, do not enter the entire phrase, as the search engine will not understand the use of an apostrophe. Instead, choose the most unique text string in this organizational name that does not include an apostrophe. For example, you could search "Tots" and you could also search "Tech Research Institute" (without quotation marks). Doing both of these searches should pick up all items from this institute, although you may also get some unrelated hits, which you will have to disregard.
For more assistance searching eNotes, please contact Sue Goode, eNotes editor at firstname.lastname@example.org.