How to Browse the Passport Library
You can use the search filters on PBS.org to find Passport content.
Conduct a keyword search using the search textbox located in the upper right side of the screen (Figure 1).
Click Show Filters on the right side of the page (Figure 2).
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).
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