Online Safety Rules
I will . . .
I will not . . .
Rules adapted from the Rules for Internet Safety from The Internet Alliance, Washington, D.C. and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, Alexandria, Virginia
Use the word AND when you want the web page title to include everything in the search field.
Example: Benjamin AND Franklin/George AND Washington
Use the word OR if one or more of words listed must appear, but not all of the words.
Example: animals, lions OR tigers
Use NOT if you are looking for information on a topic that may be confused with another variation.
Example: pirates and ships, NOT baseball
You can use + or - sign to include certain topics in your search.
Use quotation marks if you want a phrase or name to appear in one piece.
Example: "George Washington"