b. Specify subject, resource type, or author on the left side of the box.
The ‘Subjects’ option includes:
The ‘Resource type’ option includes:
- Juvenile Justice
- Early Childhood
- Developmental Disabilities
- Online Training Module
- Elementary School
- Middle School
- High School
- Mental Health
- Journal Articles
The ‘Authors’ option includes all authors of the resources in PBIS.org database.
C. Narrow down your search with more options on the left side.
left-side options will narrow down the searched results. In the
following example below, resources are found with ‘Subjects >
Elementary School’ search options. When ‘primary’ under the ‘Prevention
Levels’ is selected, the catalog will display resources related to
primary level prevention in an elementary school setting. More search
options can be combined to narrow down the results.
keyword search with the combination of other search options will search
through the entries (i.e., title and description) in the database
looking for the keyword you have typed in. The following are several
keyword search tips that can help you find resources you need.
- A presentation (or conference) place as a keyword:
The title of presentation resource includes a city and a state where
the presentation was made. When a city or a state is entered after you
select ‘presentation’ as a ‘Resource Type’ (i.e., Resource Type >
Presentation > a city name for the keyword search), the result
section will display resource items including the city name as a
- A training or conference name as a keyword:
The title of presentation also includes a conference name. If you are
looking for presentation resources from a particular training (or
conference), presentation resources will be narrowed down when you put
the training (or conference) name for the keyword search.
- ‘Reset’ button to refresh your search:
The ‘Reset’ button in the keyword search will refresh your search. It
is needed when you conduct multiple searches because a web browser can
cache your previous search results. It would be better to reset your
search setting when you start another round of search.