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Encyclopaedia Britannica 2005 Ultimate Reference Suite

Todays most comprehensive and current encyclopedia software

  • Over 100,000+ articles
  • 17,000+ photos and illustrations
  • 550+ Audio & video clips
  • World Atlas with over 2,100 maps
  • Merriam Webster Dictionary & Thesaurus
  • Trusted magazine and Web site links
  • Britannica Brainstormer
  • Learning Activities

Encylopaedia Britannica Ultimate Reference Suite is a complete reference library right at your fingertips. With three complete encylopedias, a dictionary and thesaurus, rich multimedia, a word atlas, timelines, online magazines, and more, the Ultimate Reference Suite is the knowledge you need from the world's most trusted source.

Enjoy a vast wealth of knowledge in an easy to use format

Discover an array of information in this fun and easy-to-use program that the whole family can enjoy. Encyclopaedia Britannica is the only encyclopedia software that categorizes information into age appropriate groupings. Select the level that's right for you.

Encyclopaedia Britannica

The Encyclopaedia Britannica is the cornerstone of this library and includes over 75,000 articles. Designed for use at the high school, college and adult levels, this library includes the most in depth and comprehensive information available.

Britannica Student

The library includes over 15,000 articles along with study guides, homework aides, and other educational tools to help students research, learn and be more productive.

Britannica Elementary

Created for ages 6-10, the Britannica Elementary Encyclopedia lets children have fun while they learn. Through learning tools, games, and activities, young students will acquire look-it-up habits that will stay with them throughout their lives.

Why Encyclopaedia Britannica is better than the Internet:

  • Search results are organized by relevancy, not popularity or paid placement
  • Information is fact-checked by the Encylopaedia Britannica editorial staff
  • Articles are written by Nobel laureates, Historians and noted experts
  • Content is authoritative, trusted and unbiased
  • Does not require downloading or Internet connections
  • The information does not contain pornography, pop up ads or questionable content