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Video Arts adds 5,000 books to its digital library of learning resources
Learning content provider Video Arts has formed a partnership with Safari Books Online, enabling the company to add over 5,000 digital books to its online library of video and e-learning resources.
Video Arts clients can now gain online access to books on business, management, technology and digital media. The content can be viewed online - via a computer, smartphone or tablet device - or it can be downloaded and printed.
Users can either read the full text of any book or flip to the pages they need. They can create bookmarks, highlight text, attach notes and compile favourites. An advanced search function also enables them to search for information or answers to questions.
"Safari Books Online offers a huge collection of titles that individuals can use to develop or update their professional skills and knowledge,” said Caroline Hyde, director of learning at Video Arts.
"Having fully-searchable content at your fingertips is not only valuable for learning and development, it can also be used for research and problem solving. Adding this content to our existing digital library means we can offer our clients a much broader choice of resources."
Video Arts says its digital library currently contains 2,700 corporate video clips, 57 behavioural e-learning courses and 20 m-learning programmes for BlackBerry and Apple (iPhone, iPad and iPod touch) devices. Three thousand business, leadership, soft skills and IT e-learning courses from e-learning provider MindLeaders ThirdForce can also be accessed through the library.
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