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The Boolean search connector OR is used for which of the following purposes?

A. To restrict a search by excluding results that include a particular term
B. To narrow a search by adding another concept
C. To search several different databases simultaneously
D. To broaden a search by including synonyms or related terms

  • info interacy -

    What on earth is "info iteracy?"

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    Boolean OR broadens a search. It is inclusive meaning either or both

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    Do you mean literacy?
    That would be a good place to begin.

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