Example of Letter Sent to Informant and What an Informant should expect from Electronic Behavioral Form Process

The sample email below is an example of a message sent to an informant from a clinician.

The message will have the informants name at the top, the date the letter was emailed, the form that they will need to fill out (example below is a Child Behavioral Check List for 6-18 year olds), how long it will take to fill out the form, and two links to get to the form.  The first link has a username and password autogenerated by the ASEBA-Web program and the second link goes straight to the form.

Once a link is clicked (for this example the second link was chosen), the page below will open.  Informants can click on the Language drop down arrow next to the word English, if they want to change the language of the form.  Currently, there are 13 languages. The informant will then click on the Continue tab.

The informant will then click on the pencil icon to continue to the form:

The informant will need to consent to click on Yes, I agree to continue:


The informant is informed how to fill out the form, and instructed to use the button below to move through the form. 

The double arrow pointing left moves the form furthest to the left, the single arrow pointing left moves the form back one question, the single arrow on the right moves the form forward one question, the double arrow moves the form to the end of that section of questions, and the arrow with a line moves the form to the next section.  It's important that informants be careful which arrows they click on as they can accidentally miss a whole section of questions, if not advancing one question at a time and one section at a time until finished. 

Once the informant clicks the "Finish" button, the status of the form will go from "Sent to Informant" to "Submitted by Informant" and the form will be ready to be scored by clicking on the "Score Report" tab. 





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