London: The Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE); the world-leading producer and provider of science videos for research and education, has announced a partnership with the Egyptian Knowledge Bank (EKB) today. The partnership will enable access to JoVE’s library of over 14,000 videos in STEM subjects for all Egyptian citizens.
The EKB is one of the biggest digital libraries in the world and hosts a diverse collection of content; online journals, books and videos. EKB grants all Egyptians access to the largest amount of knowledge, cultural and scientific content for all categories, including all the needed scientific content for students of basic education, university students and postgraduate studies.
By partnering with JoVE, Egyptian citizens will now be able to access over 14,000 videos of laboratory methods and science concepts on a wide variety of STEM subjects including biology, chemistry, medicine, engineering and neuroscience, among others. In addition, JoVE offers a vast array of complimentary support to help STEM instructors and researchers save time and effort. These include syllabus mapping services, custom video playlists and a new JoVE Quiz feature for student assessment.
Dr Tarek Shawki, Minister of Education in Egypt has said: “The Ministry of Education (Egyptian Knowledge Bank) contracted recently with JoVE databases for the EKB community. As JoVE provides Science Curriculum for education, Research Journal & Visualized Experiments, this partnership will help the EKB community, add value to our R&D mission, and contribute to the development of science education and research in all Egyptian institutions.”
Steven Altieri, Vice President of Sales for JoVE has said: “We’re excited to partner with the Ministry of Education and Egyptian Knowledge Bank to provide National Access to JoVE to all Egyptian citizens. It is JoVE’s mission to advance scientific education and research via our streaming video resources. This partnership will give every Professor, Researcher, and student access to a powerful tool for advancing Egyptian science and contributing to scientific knowledge worldwide. Thank you for this opportunity to serve Egypt, you will not be disappointed.”
The Egyptian Knowledge Bank is the world’s largest digital library granting unlimited resources exclusively for Egyptians. The EKB is an initiative that has been launched by Egypt’s President Abdel-
Founded in 2006, JoVE is the leading producer and publisher of video resources for science education and research. With thousands of videos published across several disciplines in science, medicine and engineering, the JoVE library provides clear, detailed illustrations of a vast range of scientific techniques and concepts.
Today, hundreds of institutions and laboratories worldwide use JoVE to meet their research and instruction needs, such as:
- increasing research reproducibility and productivity
- saving time and resources in the lab
- making lab training programs more efficient and cost-effective
- boosting student learning outcomes and comprehension
- teaching science practicals effectively in remote classrooms
- improving student engagement with complex science topics