These instructions only show you how to work with the available BC Library resources, but you will likely have access to many different types of resources throughout your career. I can be challenging working with new sources of information and trying to figure out the best way to find needed information.
When approaching a new information resource, take the time to look at the helps and hints that they provide. Most databases and other information resources have a help button of some sort. While most of us typically don't take the time to read the help information, it can be extremely informative. Help buttons or "How to Search" screens can tell you whether or not the system supports Boolean searching and other specifics of the search. This can save you a lot of time in the long run!
Another strategy for working with a resource is to try a fairly basic search a couple of different ways. Many resources will have a basic search, advanced search, keyword search, subject search, etc. Try all of the different features using the same search term, such as "Cardiac Imaging" and look at the results. Does one search seem to get better results than another? Can you understand the results? How is information presented to you? Asking yourself these questions can help you figure out the best way to use a new resource. Information is always changing and to keep up you have to keep learning.