Getting The Most Out Of The HRT Library

Search Results

Search results are listed in order of best match by default. Each search result will appear like this:

Each search result consists of the document title, and a listing of the tags associated with the document. The title is a clickable link that will take you to view the document. Search results are displayed ten per page. You can view more results by using the Next Page and Previous Page buttons.

Text Searching

The simplest and fastest way to start using the HRT library is to typing what you're looking for into the search bar, and clicking the go button!

While simple text searching is a great place to start, there are some tricks you can employ to find what you are looking for even faster. Here are some tips to help you get the most out of your Library text search:

Filtering Results

You can also filter results based on meta tags that have been assigned to documents by our curators. Meta tags are divided into groups such as Meetings and Document Types. Available filters appear down the left hand side of the search page underneath the text search.

To filter by a particular tag, simply click the checkbox next to the tag. The search page will immediately refresh with the filtered results.

Some tags are so broad that they have additional tags nested within them. These are represented by a chevron icon like this: If you see this icon, you can click on it to see additional tags and refine your search.

Note! Tags are only applied to documents when they are the main focus of a document. Not every document containing the word Nursing will be given the Nursing tag. Keep this in mind when searching!

If you think a document is poorly named or tagged, or you have a suggestion to make our library better, please leave us feedback via the Leave Feedback button on the top of your screen.