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University and Faculty Website Search tips
It's easy to search with Ultraseek Server. Just type in a few words or phrases. Try to use discriminating terms that are likely to be found only in the documents you seek. The more words you give, the better results you'll get. Here are some examples:
- Search by typing words and phrases. Ultraseek Server will find documents containing as many of these words and phrases as possible, ranked so that the documents most relevant to your query are presented first. Don't worry about missing a document because it doesn't have one of the words in your search - Ultraseek Server returns relevant results even if they don't contain all query terms.
- Identify phrases with quotation marks, separate with commas. (for example, Pentium computer with "8x CD-ROM", "for sale"). A phrase is entered using double quotation marks, and only matches those words which appear adjacent to each other. Separate multiple phrases or proper names with a comma.
- Use UPPER case to indicate exact match (for example, Steve Jobs, NeXT). Search terms in lowercase will match words in any case, otherwise, an exact case match is used. For example, next will find matches for Next, next, and NeXT, whereas a query for NeXT will only match NeXT.
University Website (Google) Search tips
The Google University Search facility is restricted to publicly viewable content which can be accessed from outside the University. Pages returned by this search are limited to those that exist within the unimelb.edu.au domain. To search for information not available through Google, please use the University Web Search search engine (the first option above).
Google Web Search tips
The Google Search facility is restricted to publicly viewable content which can be accessed from outside the University. Pages returned by this search are limited to those that exist within the unimelb.edu.au domain. To search for information not available through Google, please use the University Web Search search engine.
- First, choose your keywords wisely. Select descriptive, specific words. For example, [ 2004 football statistics ] rather than [ football ] or [ Vancouver 2010 Olympics ] instead of [ Olympics ].
- If you're looking for an exact match, try a phrase search. When you enclose your search query in quotation marks, you'll only get results for the exact terms you entered in the order you entered them. For example, [ "Julia Fractals" ] rather than [ Julia Fractals ].
University Email Search tips
- Enter the name, department, or email address of the person who you wish to find and select "Search". The search is not case-sensitive, and will do a partial match.
- For help with queries, please send email to ITS Technical Support. The content is controlled by Human Resources and Student Administration. Any corrections to content must be taken up with these respective areas.
University Phone Search tips
- You can specify a name to search for, e.g. Moore, or part of a name, e.g. mo. You can also search on a Department name, or an extension number. The search is not case-sensitive.
- Please inform extension 44999 of any alterations. Changes will appear in this directory the following day.