Britannica Newsletter February 2018

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Create science lessons with a difference – use Britannica resources to deliver interactive and engaging sessions for students.

This month we are focusing on Physics, highlighting the idea of waves, their physical properties and behaviour. Physics can be a challenging topic for students therefore, it is essential that they get as much support as they need. Britannica has resources from primary all the way up to university level.

Find some useful lessons material on Britannica School:

Alternatively, save time and use Britannica’s classroom-ready ‘Wave’ pack, featuring articles, videos, diagrams and charts.

Britannica Academic is great for foundational research at secondary and university levels. Here are some suggestions to help you get started:

Your students can browse images on Britannica School and Academic, but to access even bigger collection check out ImageQuest!

Would you like more training on how to get the most out of Britannica School, Academic or ImageQuest? Each free session takes 30 minutes or less and you don't have to leave your desk. Contact us now to set up a training session!


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