The search function searches lesson descriptions and transcripts.
When the search function finds the search word or phrase, you will be presented with links to the lessons that contain those words. The link will take you to the lesson audio page.
If you want to find where the search phase is located in the lesson transcript, click on the Text:read link to view the transcript.
Once the transcript appears, type Ctrl-F (PC) or Cmd-F (Mac) to enter the word or phrase in the browser search box, and it will show you all occurrences of your search word(s).
Entering a search string with no other criteria (such as AND, NOT, or quote marks) will return some of the context around the words you entered (which are highlighted) as well as a link to the audio player for the class. That page will also have links to the video, transcript, and slides for that class.
Entering two search terms separated by the word AND will return links to all items which contain both of those terms as well as part of the description of each class.
Entering two terms separated by the word NOT will return links to all items which contain the first term but not the second term as well as part of the description of each class.
Entering a search string in quotes will return links to items that contain the exact phrase as well as part of the description of each class.