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EDUC 330: Refugee and Immigrant Experiences in Faribault, MN
Catalyst offers several different ways to search for materials. The most basic is keyword searching, where a keyword or phrase is used to discover materials. Keyword searches mine the text, title, and other important fields to find matches.
Examples of keyword searches:
Hmong migration US
Latino migration United States.
Somali migrants US
Another way to search Catalyst is by following the subject headings. Each monograph (scholarly book) in Catalyst is assigned different subjects that describe the content in a simple phrase. You can follow the subject headings in Catalyst by clicking on a subject from within a book result (item record). Subjects headings in Catalyst records are in blue, hyperlinked text.