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How to Transform Education with Technology

October 24, 2016

In my second year of teaching, I was overjoyed to discover that my new principal would be providing me with a key piece of technology for my classroom – an overhead projector. How things have changed! Technology has rapidly transformed the classroom, something that can be equally exciting and overwhelming.Today, one of the most important edu ...READ MORE

The Land of the Ancient Pharaohs Goes Digital

October 10, 2016

The British Embassy in Cairo, Egypt, recently celebrated the launch of the Egyptian Knowledge Bank (EKB). In a giant step at democratizing information, the EKB is a new portal that provides all Egyptian citizens with universal access to quality research and educational resources. The project is an ambitious online initiative, with participation from some of the most prominent ...READ MORE


October 06, 2016

Starting this week, Britannica is saluting top-notch principals across the country for National Principals Month (#ThankAPrincipal).The National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP), the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP), and the American Federation of School Administrators (AFSA) have designated Octo ...READ MORE

Not Just For Coffee!

September 29, 2016

Happy #NationalCoffeeDayIf you have visited our booth at a conference, met with a Britannica rep, or entered one of our giveaways—you've probably received a Britannica Loves Teachers -or- Britannica Loves Librarians mug! But like most, you probably have a ton of mugs. The problem with that is, well, even if you loooooove coffee you reali ...READ MORE

Meet Britannica, Part II

September 26, 2016

The Meet Britannica blog series takes you behind the scenes to the Britannica colleagues who have made a significant impact on how we create and deliver products for all ages. The inaugural Meet Britannica blog featured Pam Renfrow, our Curriculum Specialist whose unique background as a library media specialist and classroom teacher eventually took a different route that led her ...READ MORE