A Title Search retrieves records for books, journals, newspapers, maps, e-books, e-journals, electronic resources, video and sound recordings, etc. This is the most efficient way to search for known items. Title searches are left-anchored, with right-hand truncation, meaning that you do not need to type the complete title, but the letters you type must be in exact word order from the start of the title: last of the mohi
If the first word of a title is an article (the, a, an, le, la, etc.) always skip that article and start the search with the next word in the title.
Because journals often have brief or single word titles (e.g., Time, Circulation, Pediatrics), it is always best to search them using the Journal Title search. A Journal Title search will also retrieve records for e-journals.