Now live! The new Britannica Moderna

Britannica Moderna was just launched with a new design! This dynamic new platform makes Moderna’s age-appropriate, Spanish-language resources easier than ever to use. The fresh and engaging new user interface includes improved search capabilities and a cleaner overall design. With a new search widget, finding specific content is simple and effortless. And as with all other Britannica Web sites, it has a “responsive design” to provide an optimal viewing experience across a wide range of devices.

Created with older students in mind, Moderna contains 47,000 articles, 8,000 images, maps, audiovisual materials, and a complete dictionary and atlas. In addition, it includes the Merriam-Webster Spanish-English Dictionary and the Royal Academy of the Spanish Language (RAE) dictionary.

We have been listening to your feedback and exploring different ways to improve. To personalize your experience, you can now create your own account to store, organize, and add notes to your favorite multimedia content and resources. Want another fun feature? You can also receive the latest from the BBC World News—international news, features, and analysis! Even better, Moderna constantly updates its content. The most recently revised articles are always at your fingertips, right on the home page. Have a question? Moderna is now equipped with a Britannica Help page in order to provide a seamless experience.

This complete and captivating Spanish language resource is truly one of a kind.

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