Britannica School offers thousands of curated and curriculum-relevant articles, images, videos, audio clips, primary sources, maps, research tools, recommended websites, and three unique, but connected databases to meet every reading level.
Students can toggle between three reading levels on each article, have articles read aloud, and use Merriam-Websters’s double click dictionary to hear words pronounced and read their definitions in English or Spanish. Each article can also be translated into over 80 languages.
Britannica School is filled with interactive tools that make discovery rewarding and fun:
Articles Browse: From Animals to Technology, your gateway to learning about any topic.
Media Browse: Browse a rich collection of primary source documents, journal texts, images, videos and audios to enhance the learning experience for all ages.
Biography Browse: Discover interesting people from past and present. Search by nationality, gender, era or field of accomplishment.
Animal Kingdom: Explore animals by group, habitat or simply from A-Z. Click on related links and learn intriguing facts.
News Feeds: Hone your students’ media literacy skills with access to age-appropriate news feeds and daily headlines.
Compare Countries: Compare and contrast any two countries with side-by-side statistics, graphs, maps, charts, articles and media.
Britannica School can be accessed on any device with an internet connection. Content can also be downloaded or printed for offline use.
This resource is available thanks to funding provided by the State of California, administered by the California State Library.Open Resource