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A search for educat will find all titles that begin with that string, such as "Educating for employment," "Education and the law," and "Educational assessment."
 

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A search for The New York Times will find "New York Times."
 

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Example:

A search for educa* aust* will find "Australian educational researcher" and "Research in science education (Australasian Science Education Research Association)".