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ImageQuest: February editors’ picks

February 16, 2018

Check out what we discovered this month!With over three million images and counting, diving in to discover all there is in ImageQuest sure is an adventure. Good thing the Britannica pros are here to guide you through the best of the quest.Don’t have access? Start a free trial today!A Carnevale reveler peers out from behind an ornat ...READ MORE

Britannica Careers | Marketing Executive Assistant

February 14, 2018

Feed your inner geek with a Britannica career!DEPARTMENT: INSTITUTIONAL MARKETINGLOCATION: CHICAGO, ILWe’re looking for an organizational wiz to help us manage over 40 annual tradeshows across the United States, to support our 18 (and growing!) state-wide partnerships, and to track our marketing results.Who are “we?” We’re super-nerds. ...READ MORE

Going for Gold: Insider’s Scoop on the Newbery Medal

February 12, 2018

Learn all about this literary honor and how to bring it to life in your classroom or library.Since 1922 the American Library Association’s (ALA) Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC) has awarded the John Newbery Medal to the best American children’s book published the previous year, rendering the winner an instant classic along the likes of Johnny Tremain, A Wrinkl ...READ MORE

Your February Activity Center: Black History to Valentine’s Day

February 02, 2018

Your February resource center is here! Develop annotation skills in our Love Notes activities for Valentine's Day, or pair fiction literature with non-fiction text to explore the civil rights movement and African American leaders in honor of Black History Month.The following activities are created with LaunchPack: Social Studies in mind, but any resources you have available will work just fine. Want to give La ...READ MORE

Black History Month activities: Great African Americans of STEM

February 01, 2018

In honor of Black History Month, these Britannica Educator activities celebrate African Americans who broke barriers in science, technology, engineering, and math.Britannica School Free TrialBesides being an astronaut, chemical engineer, physician, and teacher, what other distinction does Mae Jemison hold? Why did Benjamin Banneker send a letter to Thomas Jefferson in 1791? What ...READ MORE
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