Students can access encyclopedias, Britannica-approved Web sites, and a Student Center with an atlas, biographies, multimedia, “How To” guides for school reports, and other learning materials. This site also includes access to the Britannica Reference Center (adult) section.
Entertaining and informative, Britannica Student Encyclopedia helps children in grades 3 to 8 gain a better understanding of their world.
Tied to National Curriculum Standards, Compton’s can easily be incorporated into lesson plans and used by ages 10 -17 for projects and homework assignments.
Nonfiction titles for age 4 to adult are available for the arts, language arts, math, science, social studies, and other school-related subjects.
Nearly 3 million rights-cleared images from over 50 of the best collections in the world are now available from one site—Britannica Image Quest.
Designed for ages 4 to 7, Learning Zone provides age-appropriate, play-based activities that teach colors, geography, numbers, shapes, sounds, time, and words.
Build vocabulary skills the First Dictionary for K-2, Elementary Dictionary for grades 3-5, Intermediate Dictionary for grades 6-8, and the Visual Dictionary for grades 5 and up. High school students will turn to the All-in-One Dictionary & Thesaurus, Compact Visual Dictionary, Essential Learners Dictionary, School Dictionary, and School Thesaurus.
Educators and students will welcome the tips found in these step-by-step curriculum-correlated guides that teach the basics of conducting research.
21st-Century Explorer provides reference and learning tools for students who read below grade level, are dealing with specific learning problems, or are at risk of falling behind.