How do I search for something on eHNA?
To search for something, click the search bar at the top of your page, enter what you're looking for and choose from the results. When typing something, you may see suggestions for what you're looking for. If you see what you're looking for in these suggestions, click it to save time searching.
What can I search for on eHNA?
You can search for articles, people, initiatives, organisations or countries. Start searching with keywords (ex: Apple) and you'll see a list of results.
How do I look for articles in search?
You can now search for articles by using keywords. Start by searching for words you remember from the article. You can search for an article either by remembering its title, or certain keywords you remember from reading the article.
Does search use keywords?
Yes, search supports keyword searches to help you find what you're looking for on eHNA. When you start searching with keywords (ex: Steve Jobs) you'll see results that are found for you, in this case, it will find all the eHNA articles that have 'Steve Jobs' referenced in them.
Get to know your search results.
Search results are organised in categories making it easier to find what you're looking for.