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An e-book series is a set of e-books that have been published at the same time, on the same or a related topic. The books in a series also typically share a similar format.
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A curriculum collection is a pre-selected group of e-books from different series that are either on a particular topic (for example, biographies) or that are to be used for a specific purpose (for example, International Baccalaureate programs).
Curriculum collections are pre-assembled by Britannica’s curriculum specialists to support specific instructional programs or uses.
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