Britannica subscribers are invited to participate in online training sessions. This is a complimentary service provided to see what's new with Britannica Online! K-12, Academic, and Public Librarians all will enjoy these 1-hour online presentations without having to leave the school or library.
Creating Workspaces & Putting Videos into PowerPoint (3:00 p.m. Central Time)
During this 1-hour webinar, you will learn about using the Britannica Workspace feature in your classroom/library and how to put Britannica videos into PowerPoint presentations. This webinar is available for all Britannica subscribers, but we recommend that you attend an introductory webinar first.
Wednesday, August 15
Britannica SmartMath Orientation and Training (11 a.m. Central Time)
Learn all about Britannica SmartMath in this online session, complimentary to SmartMath subscribers! During this training session, we will cover both the teacher and student modules available in SmartMath.
Wednesday, August 15
Webinar Registration Instructions
Click on a date and complete the online registration form. Watch your email for instructions on logging into the webinar. You will need a computer with speakers and an internet connection for this one hour webinar.
Invite your colleagues to join in this live presentation. If you want to invite more people, you can project the presentation onto a screen in a conference room or computer lab for everyone to see. Please submit only one registration per location for each date. Only current Britannica Online subscribers can attend.
Explore the unique materials designed specially for your school or library. Join us to learn new ways to help users find answers and get students started on school projects using Britannica Online, including:
- New Workspace tool for students to collect research materials.
- Expanded video and media content for download.
- New research tools to compare country statistics, with graphing and charting tools.
- The new Britannica Learning Zone for Pre-Kindergarten through 2nd grade classrooms, student activities for Reading, Writing, and Math, and a new Kids' section specially designed for Public Libraries.
- And much more!
Certificates are available upon request after completion of the webinar.
"It was excellent. We thought we knew Britannica, but we didn't. The webcast forces us to take the time to learn."
—Librarian, Brooklyn, NY