World Book provides seven separate encyclopedia, multimedia, e-book, and primary source resources, which are listed below.
Choose the specific resource for materials
Moving from Early World of Learning to World Book Advanced, World Book Online aligns end-users with their appropriate learning levels. Each stand-alone site provides additional features to support the needs of users' specific capabilities.
For educators and parents, it offers thousands of projects suitable for the classroom and library. Each activity has easy-to-follow steps and a list of required materials.
Category: Educators & Librarians
Full encyclopedia and multimedia databases supplemented with online books, primary sources, website links, back in time articles, special reports and more.
Category: High School
Has reference resources for differentiated instruction, such as ESL, reluctant readers, and adult learners. Also includes an extensive life skills section.
Category: Career & Test Prep, General Research, Languages
Written in Canadian French to a level appropriate for young native French speakers, as well as for older students and adults for whom French is a second language.
A beginner's Spanish-language reference tool, it includes the elements of World Book Kids — thousands of articles, videos, maps, and games and activities.
A general reference for elementary students, it offers easy-to-read articles with embedded multimedia, images and videos as well as games, science projects, and activities.
Category: Elementary School
Digital Resources Coordinator
605-295-3174 or 605-773-3131, Option 5, 3
School Library Technology Coordinator
605-295-3152 or 605-773-3131, Option 5, 3
605-773-6391 or 605-280-6911