ImageQuestTM

Fast Access to Millions of Rights-Cleared Images from One Safe Site

Bring your reports and projects to life with nearly 3 million rights-cleared images from over 50 of the best collections in the world. The Bridgeman Art Gallery, Dorling Kindersley Images, Getty Images, the National Portrait Gallery of London, the National Geographic Society and other leading names have joined with Britannica to provide the best and broadest collection of proprietary educational imagery.

Time-Saving Search Capabilities
Educators can quickly find images for lesson plans and activities while younger resarchers will turn to the site for homework assignments and project-based learning. Save images and make notations all in the one convenient site.

All of the Details at Your Fingertips
Each photo or illustration comes with citations and complete metadata, including the source, the copyright holder, caption, and keywords.

New! Easily Integrate into the Classroom
Make creative use of ImageQuestTM for language arts, maths, science, and social studies curricula. Sample projects show teachers how to incorporate ImageQuestTM into a variety of subjects and across age groups.


Awards & Accolades

 

Winner of ISTE 2014
Press Release


"Winner of the Distinguished Achievement Award for Schools, Libraries and Universities" - Association of Educational Publishers (AEP)

“As responsible and ethical use of the internet has become increasingly important, Brisbane Grammar School needed a source of images which the boys could freely use, with acknowledgement, for their projects and assignments. We were very happy to discover Britannica Image Quest: it has been a valuable addition to our database collection and our boys have accessed it extensively.”
– Cathy Oxley, Director of Information Services, Brisbane Grammar School


 
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