Keyword Searches and Truncation
If the subject index does not include the subject term you had in mind, you may wish to use
keyword searching as an alternative. Keyword queries search in the title, subject, and
abstract fields only.
Use an asterisk (*) to truncate words. For example, typing fund* in the keyword
search box will retrieve only those entries with the word fund as the root, such as
funds, funders, funding, fundraiser, fundraising, etc.
You would like to identify materials on donor cultivation, a term that is not listed in the subject index.
To maximize search results, type "donor & cultiv*" in the Keywords search box.
Then click Submit Search.
Each citation in the results list will include the word "donor", as well as words stemming from "cultiv*", such as
cultivating, cultivation, etc.