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Leading Resources for Adults and Children
One subscription to Britannica Library gives your library three sites in one: Children, Young Adults, and the Reference Center for older students and adults. Patrons can choose the age-appropriate level that works best for them, and will find it easy to conduct research, complete homework assignments, and work on special projects. They can even store their research in their own personal My Britannica account. Remote access is included!
Three Products In One
Separate home pages for the three different levels allow libraries to tailor the product to their patrons’ needs. Choose the Children, Young Adults, or the Reference Center sites.
The Convenience of Multiple Resources in ONE Location
Start with the encyclopedia. Move on to current magazines, recommended Web sites, an atlas, biographies, news, and more. Instantly define words with Merriam-Webster’s pop-up Dictionary and Thesaurus.
Homework Help and Lesson Reinforcement
Explore thousands of topics in science, social studies, language arts, and mathematics for school projects, to review concepts taught in the classroom, or to learn something new.
Awards And Accolades
“This is a resource for the ages. The content is superb; there is something for everyone here. It is matched by an inviting and compelling presentation. The way Britannica has interwoven these three resources into one database is marvelous.”
—Library Journal, May 2014