WHEATON, IL, January 28, 2009 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Recognizing that organizations need to deploy video training on a variety of platforms such as DVD, web, mobile, and streaming, the Learning Motion Video library was created by Channel Content to cater to all delivery modes regardless of where the learning is taking place.
"We want to provide media-rich flexible learning opportunities in a way that is convenient and effective for both employees and employers," states Dermot Rogers, CEO of Channel Content. "We see a growing trend of video-rich content that provides short and to the point learning and performance support in short, quick-access nuggets, similar to what a YouTube format might provide."
Many of KnowledgeShift's clients are deploying mobile content on iPods, Blackberries and cell phones. "We have a lot of clients who are straddling both traditional classroom training and new mediums such as vodcasting and mobile. We love the fact that the same video content can be shown regardless of the device it's being launched from," states Nancy Munro, CEO of KnowledgeShift.
Currently the Learning Motion Library contains six topic areas with over 150 video clips. Channel Content has plans to release 20 more programs in 2009.
"Channel Content is delighted to partner with KnowledgeShift targeting mobile device users combining our content and their delivery expertise," states Dermot Rogers.
KnowledgeShift is a learning technology firm specializing in mobile learning web 2.0 technologies and traditional eLearning projects. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
or (630) 221-8759. www.knowledgeshift.net
About Channel Content
Channel Content specializes in developing and applying rich media content and social media models to meet learning and communications needs. For more information contact email@example.com
or (+353-1-4498719). Learning Motion is a Channel Content product. www.channelcontent.com