Pearson Partners with Big Think to Increase Access to Video-based Learning Content

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Partnership provides students with a faster, more efficient way to develop business competencies and interpersonal skills.

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Pearson announced today a partnership with Big Think, a leading provider of educational video collections that teach the necessary business and interpersonal skills that can increase success in a competitive workforce. Big Think’s award-winning library of 15,000 clips is sourced from a growing network of 3,000 industry and academic experts.

Under the agreement, Pearson will offer educators at higher education institutions licenses to Big Think’s curated collection of videos that are designed to develop interpersonal skills and core competencies business leaders need to achieve success. Each student will have a unique log-in allowing them to access the collections located on a customized Pearson-Big Think portal via the internet, anytime, anywhere. The videos cover topics ranging from innovation, leadership and marketing, to practical methods of improving attention spans, memory, motivation, and willpower.

Additionally, Pearson customers can create a customized solution by choosing from thousands of videos available from Big Think, which support their course learning objectives. This solution can be offered as a fully integrated solution within any Learning Management System (LMS).

“The goal of producing these highly informative videos is to convey an ideas' value as efficiently and effectively as possible to students, so that they have time to explore and absorb more videos in a shorter amount of time,” said Victoria Rachel Montgomery Brown, Co-Founder and CEO of Big Think. “Our partnership with Pearson, a proven provider of high quality learning content, will enable us to reach more students at institutions across the country and empower them with the knowledge they need to succeed in their careers.”

“Big Think for education is focused on improving student engagement. Listening to subject matter experts provide in-depth knowledge based on their educational background and professional experience enhances learning and is highly beneficial to students,” said Leah Jewell, President of Pearson Workforce Education.

About Pearson

Pearson is the world’s leading learning company, providing educational materials and services and business information through the Financial Times Group. Pearson serves learners of all ages around the globe, employing 41,000 people in more than 70 countries. For more information, visit

About Big Think

Big Think’s mission is to be the leading ‘knowledge company’ for the knowledge economy through granting access to efficient e-learning from world-renowned visionaries and teachers. Founded in 2008 by fellow Harvard alums Victoria R. M. Brown and Peter Hopkins, Big Think teaches the requisite skills for a competitive edge in the knowledge economy and is where the world’s visionaries share big ideas that are shaping the 21st century. To learn more visit,

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