Audience: Librarians

New Year, New E-Books!

Do your New Year’s resolutions include reading new e-books, diving in to exciting subject areas, or infusing more digital resources into your classrooms and libraries? Britannica’s new e-books have you covered.

History Matters!

History tells us not only who we were but helps us to understand who we are today and how we got here. The historian acts as a guide and interpreter,

Teaching Digital Tools for Research

We typically think of our public school learners as “digital natives” since they have grown up immersed in various technologies. In my experience, it is rare that students are proficient

The Essentials for Conducting Thorough Research

Once Again You Spoke, We Listened, We Updated. Since the inception of Britannica Academic, we’ve worked closely with universities and academic libraries across the globe to understand their needs. I’m

What Do You Mean, Information Literacy?

We all talk about wanting students to be information literate—but what does that mean? “Information literacy” is a great thing to aspire to on behalf of our students—and it’s a

E-Book Biographies Of “Wonder Women”

The month of March and its celebration of Women’s History offer educators a variety of opportunities to keep students interested in biography study. This is the second post in our

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