1. Article sections are listed in the Table of Contents section at the top of the index column.
2. Additional content associated with the subject, including interactive features, videos and animations, activities, lesson plans, and Web sites, are listed at the end of the article's Table of Contents.
3. Select another subject from the drop-down menu.
4. The Tools box, at the top of all content pages, includes options to highlight search terms and print, e-mail, save, and save the section to project folders in your My Research account. The text of the section can be enlarged, read aloud, or translated into thirteen languages.
5. Your state or province’s curriculum standards that are correlated to the section will be listed under the link in the Content Standards box. To search by standard, go to the Educators’ and Parents’ page, available from the bottom of every page in the site.
6. Interactive features engage students and test their comprehension of the content. Interactive features include Multiple Choice Quizzes, Drag and Drop games, Crossword Puzzles, Get the Big Picture, and Choices and Consequences.
7. Glossary terms are shown with a dotted underline; hovering over a term will display the definition.
8. Comprehension questions, written by World Book editors, highlight the major themes of the sections and help readers check their understanding of the section text.
9. Links to articles in World Book Student (if included in your subscription) will take you to related articles on the section topic.
10. Citations in MLA format are provided with each section.