boclips further expands its specialist instructional library with the Institute of Arts and Ideas and Siren Films

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London-based Knowledgemotion, the company behind boclips the world’s largest video library for education, has added new content libraries to its collection, significantly increasing the number of specialist instructional videos available to the Secondary and Higher Education market.

 

The newest content partners include renowned The Institute of Ideas (IAI), where distinguished panel members debate the pertinent topics and issues of the day, encouraging the interrogation of accepted ideas. Edward McGovern, Head of Programmes at The IAI, said “The Institute of Art and Ideas is delighted to be partnering with boclips to distribute cutting edge debates and talks from the world’s leading thinkers to the UK’s top educational institutions and publications”.
boclips’ psychology collection is expanded with the representation of Siren Films, founded by zoologist Dr. Wendy McEvoy in 2002. By filming unscripted, authentic material and only in real homes and childcare settings, Siren Films offers unique videos about childhood development and behaviours, that are endorsed by expert Phil Stringer, Principal Educational Psychologist , who has stated “The importance and potential value of Siren Films cannot be sufficiently emphasised.
In my opinion the quality of their films is as good as any one is ever likely to see.” And Sir David Attenborough – “I watched with unalloyed delight”.

 

boclips’ Content Director, Zoe Moore, said “We’re excited to have increased the number of content partnerships on our platform, and to do so with such respected and renowned brands”.

 

 

 

 

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For further information contact:

David Bainbridge, Knowledgemotion
+447801 180155
david@boclips.com
www.boclips.com

 

Notes to Editors
About Knowledgemotion and the boclips video platform

Knowledgemotion’s boclips, is the world’s largest video library for education. Named after the bo tree that provided Buddha with the shade he needed as he tried to make sense of the world, boclips enables education publishers and providers to find, license and use video clips that they then embed into their digital textbooks and services. Knowledgemotion has agreements with leading international content owners including Getty Images, Bloomberg, BBC Worldwide Learning, Associated Press Television News, Sports News TV and British Movietone. These agreements give boclips access to a high quality, rights-ready library of 2 million video clips, spanning all key stages, subjects and topics in the curriculum. Customers include Pearson Education, the Open University, Macmillan and Bloomsbury.