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Looking for Books with Simple Search
Looking for Books with Advanced Search
Looking for Books with Location Search
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Selecting an Interface Language
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Looking for Books with Advanced Search
 
1. All the different categories we see in the Advanced Search are like the shelves in a regular library. Today, we are looking for Fairy Tales. Fairy Tales is a Genre, or kind of book. So, we are going to click on Genre under the Type heading. Sample Page
 
2. Here, we can see all the genres of books in the ICDL. Since we are looking for fairy tales, click on the Fairy Tales link. Sample Page
 
3. If we want to refine our search further, we can select other categories as well. If we only want Fairy Tales that are for ages three to five, we can select the Age category under Audience and then click the Three to Five link. Sample Page
 
4. Now we can see all the Fairy Tale books for age Three to Five in the library. We can use the arrows in the results section to page through all the different books. Sample Page
 
5. To start over with and do a new search, we can click the Start Over link. To learn how to read a book go to the reading books section. Sample Page
 
 
 

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