- Type any word or combination of words in the Search bar, and the Resource Center’s powerful search will find all resources containing those words. This is the best way to find the exact resources you need.
- You can search for topics, audiences, types of resources, authors, or even phrases. Using Search is much like searching the internet using a browser.
- Example: Type in “falls physical therapist assessment” to search for tools for physical therapists to assess a patient’s risk of falling.
- The sidebar includes a helpful list of Keywords, Authors, and Resource Types to click and search. Each category is sorted by the number of times it appears in the collection.
- The category lists are not exhaustive, but can help narrow down a list of resources. You can choose more than one category for your search, but that means only those resources tagged in all the categories your choose will appear.
- Example: Click keywords “ Dr. A. Martinson”, “Journal Article”, and “Dementia” to find only journal articles by Dr. A. Martinson on the topic of dementia.
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