Studious Digital Education, a social enterprise based on Norwich Research Park, is expanding its services to corporations to provide commercial videos and enable continuing professional development through access to academic level courses.
Studious has previously worked with leading companies such as L’Oreal, Aviva, and PWC, among others, in generating their specialist case studies and work-based short documentaries. The new video service will be available for single commissions or as part of a training programme hosted on educational app Ryze. Ryze has over 6000 active learners from leading universities in the UK.
“After filming so many international organisations for our academic videos, we want to offer the same premium service to local organisations, especially within the Norwich Research Park, who aspire to develop high-quality videos and animations to communicate their achievements and promote their services.” said James Gardiner, COO of Studious Digital Education.
Studious is an EdTech spinout from Norwich Business School and was founded by business academics Dr Ivan Mitchell, James Gardiner (both from the UEA) and Sarah Warnes (UCL). They have brought their knowledge from the classroom and their research in Gamification, Digital Technologies, and the latest trend in pedagogy in micro-learning mixed with creative media to make online learning engaging and, ultimately, fun for learners.
“We identified that Ryze, our educational mobile first app for the HE sector, also had the potential to support mid to senior level career professionals to fill the gaps in their leadership path.”
For more information on how to get outstanding videos for your company, visit www.studious.org.uk/videos and contact email@example.com to learn more about getting university-level Business courses to train your team on Ryze.