June Activities: Commemorate D-Day at 75 with Britannica School

Mark 75 years since D-Day and the Allied invasion of Europe in your classroom with these original Britannica School activities.

Video Killed the Book Report

Video is the language of choice for today’s students.To empower the next generation of learners to thrive in a media-centric… Read More

10 Crazy Stats About Video

Video is the language of choice for today’s students. Video is critical in today’s classroom, but you don’t have to… Read More

Welcome TexQuest Students!

Welcome, Texas! This portal will take you to all of your Britannica Digital Learning products provided to you by the… Read More

May Activities: Bring The Coretta Scott King Awards to life with Britannica School

Bring the 2019 Coretta Scott King Award-winning titles—A Few Red Drops: The Chicago Race Riot of 1919 and The Stuff Of Stars—to life in your classroom with these original Britannica School activities.

Cool Careers: What’s it like to be an award-winning author?

Welcome to Cool Careers! A new Facebook Live interview series from Britannica Digital Learning. What did you want to be… Read More

Cool Careers: What’s it like to be a Program Coordinator?

This April, meet Ivy Hall, a Program Coordinator of Festivals and Music for the City of Chicago’s Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events.

From Haiku to Hip-Hop: Celebrate National Poetry Month with Britannica School

April’s Britannica School activities explore popular forms of poetry and well-known poets.

Cool Careers: What’s it like to be a U.S. immigration lawyer?

Meet ManoLasya Perepa, an immigration attorney at Life Span, a non profit organization that serves survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.