Britannica Offers Hundreds of e-Books to Schools

Britannica Digital Learning, a leading educational publisher, has published hundreds of new, highly illustrated non-fiction e-book titles for K12 schools, universities, and public libraries. All of these e-books are accessible from Britannica's new easy-to-use e-book portal,, designed specifically for the institutions served. Britannica's new e-book site already offers access to hundreds of circulating titles and they will be working to release more than 100 new e-book titles every year, ensuring an expanding selection of high-quality resources. Britannica Digital Learning (BDL) experts produce curriculum-correlated products for all ages from preschool to college that make creative of use of classroom technologies — such as interactive whiteboards and student-response devices — making it easier for teachers to teach and for students to learn. The new Britannica e-book platform was developed in cooperation with Impelsys, a global leader in providing electronic content delivery solutions, with the use of the iPublishCentral software that is used by publishers and professional associations worldwide. IPublishCentral is a full-service electronic publishing solution that allows publishers to market their content as e-books, online journals and other electronic products. The platform gives publishers all the tools they need to manage and monetize their digital assets without making significant development investments on their own.