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Do I have to pay for Britannica?

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Is Britannica a credible source?

The Encyclopedia Britannica contains carefully edited articles on all major topics. The articles in Britannica are written by authors both identifiable and credible.

Is Britannica free for kids?

Britannica Kids is advertising free, with a yearly subscription price of $74.95.

What is the difference between Britannica and Britannica school?

Use Anywhere. Britannica School is accessible at school, home or anywhere you have an internet connection. Britannica School is designed to fit to any device—you can access content on a computer, tablet, or even a phone, and Britannica School’s design will fit your screen.

Is there a Spanish version of Britannica school?

About Britannica Escolar New features make it more valuable than ever for native Spanish speakers, bilingual students, and students learning Spanish. Two levels—Primaria for elementary and Secundaria for middle school—offer unique content that is of interest to every student.

Is Britannica a dictionary?

THE Encyclopædia Britannica is of Scottish birth. Its first edition appears in 1771. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature, and General Information.

What is Britannica Moderna?

Experience the definitive Spanish-language resource, complete with age-appropriate content.

Is Encyclopedia Britannica still in business?

The Encyclopedia Britannica, which has been in continuous print since it was first published in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1768, said Tuesday it will end publication of its printed editions and continue with digital versions available online.

What is the purpose of an encyclopedia?

Encyclopedias. Encyclopedias attempt to summarise knowledge in relatively short articles. As well as providing basic overviews of topics and answers to simple facts, encyclopedias perform the function of providing context, in other words, identifying where the topic fits in the overall scheme of knowledge.

Is encyclopedia a dictionary?

An encyclopedic dictionary typically includes many short listings, arranged alphabetically, and discussing a wide range of topics. Historically, the term has been used to refer to any encyclopedic reference book (that is, one comprehensive in scope), which was organized alphabetically, as with the familiar dictionary.