We are hearing from our schools and districts that during this challenging time of remote and hybrid learning their educators and students, now more than ever, are in need of easy access to quality educational videos.
SANTA BARBARA, Calif. (PRWEB)
November 17, 2020
Jim Hurley, CEO and founder of Learning Explorer, says, “We are thrilled to work with Boclips as our latest educational content partner. Their huge and growing library of over 2 million curated educational videos is the perfect complement to our existing library of educator-reviewed free and open educational resources (OER) as well as our suite of teacher-friendly lesson planning and delivery tools. We are hearing from our schools and districts that during this challenging time of remote and hybrid learning their educators and students, now more than ever, are in need of easy access to quality educational videos.”
“Partnering with Learning Explorer will allow more educators to easily discover our videos and then creatively integrate them into their lesson planning and delivery process,” said Boclips’ CEO, David Bainbridge. “This partnership with Learning Explorer helps us further our mission to make learning more captivating for students everywhere and to make accessing videos simple, seamless, and safe.”
About the Boclips video platform:
Boclips is the world’s largest video library for education. Named after the Bo tree that enlightened Buddha 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. Boclips has agreements with leading international content owners including Bloomberg News, PBS NewsHour, Crash Course, and Smithsonian. These agreements give Boclips partners access to a rights-ready library of 2 million video clips, spanning all key stages, subjects and topics in the curriculum.
About Learning Explorer:
Founded by teachers for teachers, Learning Explorer’s passion is helping to make teachers’ lives easier by saving them time planning, sharing, and delivering inspiring lessons anytime, anywhere. Ideal for in-class or remote learning, Learning Explorer’s award-winning (CODiE Finalist, 2020) learning object repository (LOR) and curriculum management platform (developed in collaboration with sister company Lesson Planet), provides preK-12 educators easy access to a huge, searchable ecosystem of over 4.2 million curated educational videos, images and teacher-reviewed open educational resources (OER). Learning Explorer provides district leaders with a robust, easy-to-use, enterprise-ready solution designed to help them… close the curriculum equity gap; save educators time planning and delivering standards aligned lessons; and, inspire engaging, meaningful and personalized student learning.
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