Britannica Online School Edition gives teachers and students instant access to four complete encyclopedias and other resources that ensure consistency with classroom topics and age-appropriate language. This unique reference and learning suite also offers high-quality online learning materials that have been developed by teachers and curriculum experts. Designed for all levels of learning from elementary school through high school, Britannica Online School Edition offers students an easy-to-use gateway to the vast resources of Encyclopædia Britannica.
An Inspiring Collection with FOUR Encyclopedias
Students can begin in the encyclopedias and turn to the atlas, timelines, Learning Materials, magazines, Web sites, and videos for more information and homework help.
Journals and Magazines
Locate up-to-date information about classroom concepts and current-event topics.
Curriculum Alignment and Support
Educators will enjoy quick, easy access to state standards and benchmarks linked to supporting articles. Conveniently organized by topic and grade level, these articles plus hundreds of printable and online curriculum-based learning activities are ideal for use in the classroom, media center, or computer lab.
Take advantage of study guides and exercises that cover English, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies.
View 86,000 graphics plus thousands of animations, audio clips, and videos.
Daily Content Features
New "Biography of the Day" and "This Day in History" articles are released daily.
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