How to Browse the Passport Library

You can use the search filters on PBS.org to find Passport content. 

Browse the Passport library

 

Conduct a keyword search using the search textbox located in the upper right side of the screen (Figure 1).

 

Figure 1

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Click Show Filters on the right side of the page (Figure 2).

 

Figure 2

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Click the Passport Videos link under the FILTER BY ACCESS section to see all Passport videos associated with your search (Figure 3.1).

To see non-Passport content only, click the Non Passport Videos link (Figure 3.2).

 

Figure 3

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