A journal article will look similar to this:
If you are looking for something specific, then it's quickest to put your words in “quote marks”, e.g., using the above journal article as an example, you would search for:
["Managing Complex Spatial Planning Processes" Nilsson]
Further advice on understanding references is given here:
If you are looking for general results on a topic, then just enter the most appropriate keywords. Think carefully about your keywords - the words you use, and how you combine them, will determine how successful your search results are. See also:
Discovery cross searches many different types of resources. Use the limiters on the left hand side of the screen to narrow your results.
To limit your results to only articles:
If you want to limit your search to online online articles:
Note, these videos refer to 'Vision', which is now called 'Canvas'.