When your search results are displayed, you can narrow your search within the results or launch related searches using the same search text.
When your search results are displayed, the area at the side of the page shows Narrow your search filters. The number next to each filter indicates how many titles in your search results have that characteristic. You can select a filter to focus your search results. For example, you may be able to list only the DVDs from your search results. To narrow your search results.
The filter links are organized by category, such as Type of Material, Target Audience, Publication Date, Subjects, Authors, and more. You may need to scroll the page to see all the links.
The search results page displays your filtered search results. At the top of the Narrow your search list, you see the filter you selected with a check mark.
You can continue to click Narrow your search links to further filter your results. Each filter is displayed at the top of the Narrow your search list, displayed with a check mark.
When your search results are displayed, the area at the side of the page shows Related search links. These links launch different searches using your original search text. For example, if you did a keyword search for bunnicula in any field, you might click the Subjects link Dogs - Fiction to find other stories about dogs. To do a related search:
You can click the up or down arrow by a category to expand or collapse a list.
You can click More>> or <<Less to see more or fewer links in a particular category.
When you do any of these related searches, your original search results are replaced by the results of the new search.