Britannica School Wins Bett Award; Innovative Online Solution Takes Top U.K. Ed-tech Honors

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Britannica® School, the online classroom information solution from Britannica Digital Learning, was a big winner at last week’s Bett Awards ceremony in London, winning best product honors in the Digital Collections and Resource Banks category.

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Britannica School is designed to display well on any device.

All of our teams have worked hard to make this the information resource for the 21st-century classroom, and we’re grateful to have this growing body of recognition from our peers and colleagues all over the world.

Britannica® School, the online classroom information solution from Britannica Digital Learning, was a big winner at last week’s Bett Awards ceremony in London, winning best product honors in the Digital Collections and Resource Banks category.

Considered the highest accolade in the U.K. educational-technology industry, the Bett Awards bring together developers, distributors and educators each year to recognize, reward and celebrate excellent education products.

“We’re thrilled,” said Michael Ross, general manager of Britannica Digital Learning and a senior vice president at Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc. “All of our teams have worked hard to make this the information resource for the 21st-century classroom, and we’re grateful to have this growing body of recognition from our peers and colleagues all over the world.”

Britannica School is an online, interactive learning resource for students and teachers in grades K-12. It has a host of distinctive features and benefits that set it apart from other school products. With extensive, up-to-date information sources, it’s specially designed for differentiated instruction, allowing students to move easily to material at a higher or lower reading level as needed. Unlike many Web-based products, it’s made to display well on any device, be it PC, tablet or smart phone.

The content of Britannica School is reliable, age-appropriate, updated continuously and closely correlated to all curriculum standards, including the Common Core State Standards, for which it provides a multitude of suitable texts in all subjects. The product has won several other major awards, including the Golden Lamp and the Distinguished Achievement Awards from the Association of American Publishers.

Free trials for Britannica School are available to schools, districts and consortiums. Interested educators can call 1-800-621-3900 or go to http//:info.eb.com for more information. More information about the Bett Awards is available at the Bett Awards website.

About Britannica Digital Learning
Britannica Digital Learning (BDL) provides reliable, high-quality classroom products and solutions for educators. BDL experts produce curriculum-aligned resources for all ages from primary to college and higher education that make creative and purposeful use of technologies widely used in schools today—such as interactive whiteboards, tablets, smart phones and learner-response devices—making it easier for teachers to teach and for students to learn. Products include Britannica School, Britannica Academic, Pathways: ScienceTM, and ImageQuestTM. BDL is a division of Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc., with headquarters in Chicago.

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