Digital toolkit

This digital toolkit provides authorized International Baccalaureate® (IB) World Schools with a wide range of communications materials. These can be used to present the IB and its programmes to stakeholders such as students, parents, teachers and school boards, as well as universities and government bodies.

The IB's brand guidelines [5.8 MB] pdf give examples of how to use the materials in the toolkit. It also contains guidance on how to apply the IB brand alongside your own marketing materials.

If you have a question about the digital toolkit, please email IB Communications.

Explore and download our wide range of communication materials in our digital toolkit below.

All COVID-19 related resources

Links to all COVID-19 (coronavirus) related news, resources and inspiring stories from our global community coping with remote learning.

Remote-learning resources

Visit our dedicated remote-learning resource pages to help support teachers, schools and students during the on-going COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.

Resources for education leaders

Explore discussion prompts about how to lead during this time of crisis due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

COVID-19 related podcasts

Hear from community voices and experts on key topics relating to the impacts of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.


The IB regularly runs webinars to support IB World Schools at every step of their IB journey. You can access a list of recorded webinars that you can view immediately or download and save. 

Brochures and posters

Download brochures on the philosophy behind an IB education. There are also programme-specific brochures, flyers and posters.


The IB has created presentations on each IB programme, which you can download and use. There are also general presentations on the IB philosophy.


Find the IB World School, IB learner profile and IB programme logos. You can also download the programme models. 


Watch and download videos about the IB. The videos cover IB philosophy and programmes.

IB Webliography

Discover innovative digital resources in the newly launched IB Webliography—a platform with free resources, shared by educators worldwide to support remote learning and teaching during COVID-19 (coronavirus).