When you enter a library, you can walk directly into the
stacks and browse the holdings. But when you are looking
for specific information, you probably choose to use
one of the several tools provided by the library. Tools
such as the card catalog and the indexes to periodical
literature and journals provide valuable assistance
in locating specific information in a library full
In the same way, we work hard at Leadership U. to
provide helpful navigational aids to assist you in your
search for information.
Many of you have been using Leadership U. for a long time
and have used these navigation aids. Many of you are
new to Leadership U., so let us explain some of our
Our Advanced Search page is available through the blue
navigation bar. This page provides additional capabilities.
Advanced Search allows you to retrieve article summaries
or no summaries through our Output Detail control. We
allow you to specify the scholarship level to be used in
the search. Each author or one of our Leadership U.
editors assigns a scholarship level to every
resource: high school, undergraduate, graduate, and
research. We also allow you to define how precise the
search must be when you specify multiple search terms
through our Minimum Score. We allow you to specify
how many resources you wish to return from the search
through our Maximum Hits control.