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Britannica Education (Asia Pacific) is a division of Encyclopaedia Britannica Australia Limited.
For over 250 years Britannica has reimagined how the world discovers. Today, our mission remains the same: to inspire curiosity and the joy of learning, and to ensure that a new generation of learners can engage more deeply with the changing world around them.
We create resources for schools, libraries and universities that tap into the potential of curiosity as a vector for learning and discovery.
We take pride in finding new and exciting ways to elevate good, factual information from trusted sources.
We help schools and libraries leverage technology creatively so that every student can access, engage with and benefit from high quality digital content.
We work with educational bodies around the world to design and implement scalable learning solutions that adapt to changes in local curriculums, outcomes or strategies.
We have been the historians throughout the generations, documenting human potential in every discovery and innovation. We are proud of our history, from our origins in print to the trailblazing ideas that shaped us into who we are today.
June 22, 2022 — Veteran Washington Post editor takes the editorial reins of a publisher and media company with expanding global initiatives.Find out more
November 20, 2021 — Encyclopaedia Britannica today announced that it has donated copies of its new one-volume children’s encyclopedia to the National Library Board of Singapore, the books are to be made available to the Singapore’s public libraries and mobile and van-based services.Find out more
November 20, 2021 — Britannica is instituting a new, limited program of print publications in part as a way of helping to bridge the “digital divide” and reach students around the world who don’t have reliable online access.Find out more
August 20, 2020 — Britannica Digital Learning today announced an enhanced version of LaunchPacks, its popular science and social studies platform for K-12 schools, aimed at better enabling students and teachers in the era of COVID-19, where students learn sometimes at home, sometimes in the classroom, and sometimes in both places.Find out more