Enhance your research with Learning on Screen
Learn about the impactful projects that have thrived through partnership with us. We're proud to highlight collaborations that have enhanced learning, education and research. Below are some of the inspiring stories of teamwork within our research projects.
A Learning On Screen Project in Partnership with Educational Recording Agency (ERA).
A pilot project empowering educators and librarians to create Box of Broadcasts (BoB) playlists that can be accessed by offshore students, regardless of their location.
A Learning on Screen Project
Exploring the potential in our archive of over 2.7 million television and radio broadcasts – the BoB archive – as a resource for data science research, particularly in the field of Artificial Intelligence.
If you're working on a research project, Learning on Screen can help elevate your media and audiovisual research journey.
At Learning on Screen, we're committed to enhancing your research endeavours within academic institutions. Whether you're just starting with a research proposal or making progress, we offer specialised services tailored to complement your work. From curating resources and crafting impactful videos to developing user-friendly microsites and supplemental materials, we're here to ensure your research stands out.
Guiding Your Research
We understand the complexities of research and the significance of expert guidance. We offer valuable advice on refining research questions, curating specific broadcasts, and digitising essential audiovisual materials. It is our aim to support your project's growth through every stage.
Broadening Research Impact
Our dedication extends to making research outputs accessible to a wider audience. By transforming research findings into user-friendly online resources, we amplify their impact beyond academic circles.
Amplifying Research with Unique and Specialist Databases
Our expertise in database construction includes document digitisation and developing document viewer tools. Among other resources, we have built and offer the Television and Radio Index for Learning and Teaching (TRILT), the most comprehensive UK television and radio broadcast database available on the web.
We’ll work with you on research questions, curated playlists, accessible resources, and media databases. Your research is a shared mission, and together we'll enhance its influence.