Answered By: Reference Staff
Last Updated: Jul 17, 2018     Views: 33

The JEWL search brings up results according to "Relevance".  If the articles are older than you need, you can change the Sort from "Relevance" to "Date Newest".  

  • This feature is located to the right of the "Search Results: 1 - 50 of 670".  
  • Just pull down the arrow next to Relevance and select Date Newest.  
  • This allows you to see the latest articles, etc. first.  
  • You can also limit to "Full Text" so that the complete article will come up most of the time. 

Sorting by this method is usually available in most databases.

The location and language may be slightly different. Use it to make sure you have the most recent if your results seem to be older. 

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