New content partnerships expand the curriculum-aligned video library to more than 1.85 million high quality videos and marks a move into corporate learning
24 February 2016
Knowledgemotion, the London based company behind the world’s largest video library for education – boclips.com – has now added seven new video libraries, marking a move into the corporate learning space. The new content partners have also significantly increased the number of specialist subjects available for primary, secondary and tertiary levels (K20-Higher Ed).
These newest content partners include the Art and History licensing specialist Bridgeman Footage and the prestigious Nature Picture Library. New partner ShortCutsTV offers Sociology and Psychology material specifically for education. And for primary level, BulBul offers slick animations of fairytales and fables, while KarisLearn deliver simple tutorials to explain foundational maths concepts.
Finally, to add to its collection of corporate learning videos, boclips.com now offers bespoke videos from Sustainable Business Education and EL Consulting. This material addresses a broad range of topics, from difficult conversations at work to sustainable business management.
Beatrice Okoro, Account Manager at Bridgeman comments: “High resolution contemporary and fine art works are brought to life by the interactive IkonoTV collection, exclusively represented by Bridgeman Footage. Through our cooperation with Knowledgemotion, we hope to provide our content to more educational publishers around the globe. We believe this partnership will open up more opportunities for both Knowledgemotion and Bridgeman in the future.”
David Bainbridge, CEO of Knowledgemotion, said: “Celebrating our first anniversary, we’re excited to have increased the number of content partnerships for our platform and to do so with world-class partners. Recently we have seen a growing demand for corporate learning videos as well as Humanities subjects in higher education. These new videos will help to satisfy that demand from our clients around the world and reinforce boclips.com as the home of video in education.”
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David Bainbridge, Knowledgemotion,