What is UGRTerm and what is it for? (4:53)
Which geographical variant of English is used in the translations and why? (3:54)
What is the difference between terms with official, admitted, obsolete and not recommended status? (4:21)
Can I send comments and suggestions? (1:26)
HOW CAN I ACCESS THE INFORMATION IN UGRTERM?
Accessing information through the Thematic Index (2:38)
Accessing information through the Alphabetical Index (2:41)
Copying a term and citing the UGRTerm resource (1:33)
USING FILTERS IN UGRTERM SEARCHES
Finding a term using filters in the simple search box (4:45)
Finding a term using filters in the advanced search box (2:29)
Finding terms associated with a code (3:38)
WHERE CAN I FIND INSTRUCTIONS FOR THESE FREQUENT SEARCHES
- I want to search for the courses of a programme to get a complete list with their translations.
First, you have to search for the degree programme and its code (watch, Finding a term using filters in the simple search box ). Then you have to enter the code in the “Course” box that appears in the advanced Search by code (watch, Finding a term using filters in the advanced search box ).
- I want to look up the translation of a course and I know its exact code.
You have to enter the code in the simple search box and select the “Code” filter (watch, Finding a term using filters in the simple search box).
- I want to narrow down my search to a particular thematic field and include a specific word.
You have to use the “Field” and, if necessary, “Subfield” filters and apply them to the word you want to search for. In order to do that, you can use the Alphabetical Index and apply filters after the search (watch, Accessing information through the alphabetical index this video), or you can do a search using the Advanced Search box (watch, Finding terms using filters in the advanced search box).
- I want to identity the codes of one or more courses. What searches do I have to carry out?
If you know the course’s exact name, then type it in the simple search box and select the filter “Exact term”. If you don’t know the exact term, then you have to do approximate searches (watch, Finding a term using filters in the simple search box). You can also find more searches associated with codes in Finding terms associated with a code.