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  • For $34, you get a one-year premium membership to Britannica Online Premium (a $69.95 value).
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  • For $49, you get a one-year membership to the Britannica Online Family Bundle, which includes access to both Britannica Online Premium and Britannica Online for Kids (a $99.95 value).<p>

Encyclopaedia Britannica—a worldwide leader in reference, education, and learning—grants members digital access to the complete text of its 32 hard-copy volumes. A one-year membership to Britannica Online Premium also provides a full library of learning resources, including the World Atlas and the Merriam-Webster dictionary. Throughout more than one million pages of content compiled by Nobel Prize winners, professors, and Donkey Kong experts, articles, images, and videos combine to engage casual browsers and focused knowledge-seekers alike.

Britannica Online for Kids employs grade-specific, educator-created learning resources to aid homework in subjects including language arts, mathematics, and advanced note passing. Separate databases scale big concepts to growing minds, with the Children’s Encyclopedia made for whippersnappers ages 6–10 and the Student Encyclopedia for kids 11 and up. All of Britannica’s resources are completely ad-free so that students don’t mistakenly hand in reports on the significance of diet pills during the Revolutionary War.


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