- Fact Sheet for K-12 (PDF)
- Fact Sheet for Higher Ed (PDF)
- Fact Sheet for Public Libraries (PDF)
- Brochure (PDF)
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Fast Access to Millions of Rights-Cleared Images from One Safe Site
Named a Best Database by School Library Journal and Best of Show at ISTE, ImageQuest™ brings classroom activities to life with nearly 3 million rights-cleared images from nearly 60 leading collections. The Bridgeman Art Gallery, Dorling Kindersley Images, Getty Images, the National Portrait Gallery of London, the National Geographic Society, and other top names have joined with Britannica to provide the best and broadest collection of proprietary educational imagery. ImageQuest is safe and affordable!
“This Product Has Changed My Life.”
That’s really what one educator told us about ImageQuest! Teachers can quickly find images for lesson plans and classroom activities while students will turn to the site for homework assignments and project-based learning. Higher ed faculty can trust ImageQuest in course development, university publications, faculty research, student projects, and student Web pages and newspapers.
Easily Integrate into the Classroom
Make creative use of ImageQuest for language arts, math, science, and social studies curricula. Sample projects are provided to show teachers how to incorporate ImageQuest into a variety of subjects and across age groups.
Awards And Accolades
“No library should be without this database, which caters to an incredibly wide array of users.”—School Library Journal, February 2015
“This product wowed educators and students with its initial release…Now, the product is bigger and better. Simply put, this is one of the most effective collections of images ever compiled, and even made SLJ’s Best Databases.” —School Library Journal, February 2015
“This is a great resource for anyone looking to add images to their school projects or papers…Not just because it’s easy to browse, but also because you don’t have to worry about copyright issues like you would with other image searches.”—Rebecca Hermen, Youth Services Supervisor, Dearborn Public Library, September 2014
“Now that I’ve used it, I don’t think I can live without it.”
—Library Media Connection, November 2011
“A must-have database.” —Library Media Connection, April 2011
—Internet @ Schools, November 2011
—CHOICE Magazine, August 2011
—Library Media Connection, June 2011
—Booklist, January 2011
Common Core Standards
- Make strategic use of digital media and visual displays to express information and enhance understanding.
- Integrate and evaluate content presented in diverse forms of media.
- Conduct short as well as more sustained research projects.
- Gather relevant information from multiple print and digital sources.