Three Levels of Content Meet Every Patron’s Research Needs
Subscribe to the one resource that offers three unique sites for children, young adults, and older patrons. With Britannica Library, it’s easy to choose an age-appropriate level for conducting research, completing homework assignments, and working on special projects in the library or at home.
• Separate home pages for three levels—Children, Young Adults, or the Reference Center—allow users to find the most suitable content for school projects or for learning something new.
• Research sources include three databases, thousands of curated articles and magazines, images, videos, audio clips, primary sources, maps, research tools, and recommended websites, along with a pop-up Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary and Thesaurus.
• Content is updated daily—at least 1,200 new and revised articles and media per month—to keep users informed and engaged.
• Integration with Britannica ImageQuest offers a streamlined ability to explore millions of related images right from the search results page (requires subscriptions to both resources).
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Librarian, Massachusetts Library System
“This is a resource for the ages. The content is superb; there is something for everyone here. It is matched by an inviting and compelling presentation. The way Britannica has interwoven these three resources into one database is marvelous.”
Library Journal, May 2014