Called ON>DEMAND, the company's new platform lets organisations license their own branded video channel, like a corporate iPlayer, with a personalised collection of content from the Video Arts catalogue. They can also upload their own user-generated video content.
Learners can stream video on any device and download their chosen titles to view offline on PC, Mac or laptop. Trainers can download videos and facilitator guides for the classroom, cut their own clips and recommend content to learners.
"With our new ON>DEMAND platform, organisations can reach more learners with video-based learning content in a way that is more accessible and more engaging," said Martin Addison, CEO of Video Arts. "They can also measure all activity and upload that management information to their LMS."
On Thursday 12 September at Learning Live, Steve Webster, Head of Sales at Video Arts will present a conference workshop entitled 'Learning for the YouTube Generation' (11.30am-12.30pm). With case study examples of good, bad and ugly practice, he will explain how to engage young people in learning, by using the medium they most prefer, and how L&D teams can find and deploy video content and take learning beyond the classroom.
Video Arts is renowned for intelligent, entertaining and straight-talking training resources, designed by learning experts such as Dr Peter Honey, written by comic greats like Hugh Laurie and Armando Iannucci, and starring famous faces such as John Cleese and Dawn French. At Learning Live, it will be showcasing its bespoke and off-the-shelf video, e-learning and mobile-learning courses, which enable organisations to reach more learners in more places via laptops, tablets and smartphones.
The company serves customers in 50 countries and produces learning content in 40 languages. Its new ON>DEMAND platform is available through an annual licence.
Further information about Video Arts is available via www.videoarts.com or call +44 (0) 20 7400 4800.
Learning Live takes place 11-12 September 2013, 200 Aldersgate, St Paul's, London EC1A 4HD. With sessions and seminars, split across five streams, Learning Live is aimed at corporate and commercial trainers, training managers, L&D managers and HR managers. For more information, please visit: http://thelpiservices.com/conference.