3-Day Sale: Get 80% Off the Encyclopedia Britannica Noet Edition

EB-NoetEdition-PressRelease (1)Encyclopædia Britannica is one of the world’s most trusted sources of information. And now, for the first time, Encyclopædia Britannica has partnered with Noet to offer a new digitally enhanced and downloadable edition—available exclusively from Noet.

And for only three days, you can pre-order the Encyclopedia Britannica Noet Edition (EBNE) for 80% off!

Access more than 25,000 images, 10 million words, and 19,000 articles rigorously crafted by Encyclopædia Britannica editors and integrated into the Noet and Logos platforms.

Michael Ross, senior vice president and general manager of education at Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc., says: “The Noet edition is unlike anything we’ve ever done before and represents a significant step forward for Encyclopædia Britannica. Noet offers the most advanced way to study the humanities, and Britannica offers some of the best reference articles available. Together, we’re helping students, teachers, and researchers all over the world gain greater access to the trustworthy information they need.”

Pre-order the Encyclopedia Britannica Noet Edition for 80% off today!

See the EBNE in action:

Make your library even more comprehensive

The EBNE significantly enhances the current data and resources in your library by connecting them to trustworthy Encyclopedia Britannica articles. EBNE’s advanced tagging will connect its content to primary resources, sermons, dictionaries, and commentaries across your library. You can jump from an EBNE article on Thomas Aquinas to the Latin version of Summa Theologiae to the English translation in seconds.

A simple Media Search also sweeps through more than 20,000 photos, over 2,000 art images, 1,567 maps, 279 flags, and 689 videos—all vetted and curated by Encyclopædia Britannica editors. With a click, send these images to your next presentation.

The EBNE also adds significant biblical data to your Timeline, making it more comprehensive and robust. Jump from a date in the EBNE to the Timeline in seconds and access new biblical dates, people, places, and concepts in your Timeline and Factbook tools. Search Plato in your EBNE, click on his birth date, and see a detailed Timeline view showcasing other key events during the Classical Greek era.

The EBNE will add massive amounts of information and media to your library.

Pre-order the EBNE for 80% off today!

Encyclopedia Britannica Noet Edition offers the gold standard for general reference tools.

Don’t let this opportunity pass you by: reserve your copy of Encyclopedia Britannica Noet Edition by February 19 for just $99.95.

Comments

  1. Why should I pay about $100 for this product on eBay for about 1/3 of the cost?

    • Sherri Huleatt says:

      Hi John,

      Thanks for your question! The Noet edition offers new content updated through 2015–print editions were discontinued in 2012, so offer less current content. This edition also offers advanced tagging and integration into your library–something you won’t get with any other Encyclopedia Britannica edition.

      I hope this helps!

      Thanks,
      Sherri

  2. Peter Allen says:

    I am assuming that this product integrates fully into my Logos library. What is not stated is whether or not the EBNE will be regularly updated with new articles and corrections as per normal Logos titles.

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