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Education Clip Library is designed to fulfil the growing demand for high quality video from educational business users worldwide to incorporate into their products, services and courses which are aimed at learners aged 3-19 and their teachers.Whether you're looking for videos on science, math, history, or literature, we've got you covered. So, why wait? Sign up now and get access to our growing collection of educational video clips. And if you need help with your case study, you can always buy case study paper from our trusted service.
The service comprises a library of educationally contextualised video clips. It covers all major curriculum areas, and will grow constantly in size and scope.
Education Clip Library will be presented at these forthcoming conferences and exhibitions:
SIIA Ed Tech Business Forum (Keynote Sponsor), 1-2 December 2022
The Princeton Club, New York City, USA
Worlddidac Vietnam, 3-5 December 2022
Asia Television Forum 2022, 10-12 December 2022
BETT- the world's leading educational ICT event, 14-17 January 2009
Olympia, London, UK
Education Clip Library has been created using the unique skills and assets of two organisations: Independent Television News (ITN) and Espresso Education.
ITN is an international news and multimedia content provider. Its division, ITN Source, is the gateway to one of the largest collections of moving image libraries in the world with over 800,000 hours of iconic footage captured over three centuries, which is constantly growing at over 20 hours a day.
The Espresso Group is one of the UK’s fastest growing technology companies dedicated to developing and delivering content, learning platforms and web portal applications to education markets.
Its subsidiary, Espresso Education, is the UK market leader in the provision of video-based digital curriculum services to schools in England, and its brands, Espresso and Channel 4 Learning are highly recognised in the UK education market.
ITN has been a shareholder in the Espresso Group since 2005.