Alternatively, you can search by browsing the full list of authors or the full list of tags. You might also want to view the full index.
By default, searches look for ‘ALL words’ given. You can search for ‘ANY words’ or the ‘EXACT phrase’ by using the drop down box. Including words “in quotes” also finds the ‘EXACT phrase’.
Search words must be at least three characters long.
If you get too many results, use the filters in the Advanced Search or choose a more specific word or phrase. You can also use the Level and Type filters directly from the Search Results page.
Selecting multiple filters means that ALL the conditions must be met, so selecting Introductory and Audio on the drop down menus will ONLY find Introductory level Audio resources.
To search for all resources in a Category or by an Author, select the appropriate filter(s) and leave the search box empty.
If your search term is found in a Category or Tag, the Search Results will show these before any Resources.
Resources with a match in the title are shown first.
To select multiple entries from a drop down menu, click while holding down the Ctrl (or Apple) key.
If you get very few results, clear any filters you selected earlier or choose a more general term.