The Faculti Platform is an important reference tool which gives users instant access to relevant and up-to-date academic and professional research insights. This continually expanding media library of news, analysis, facts and figures includes insights from The United Nations, the British Parliament, the Bank of England, the Federal Reserve, Harvard University, Stanford University, MIT, University of Oxford, University of Cambridge and 1000’s of academic and research institutions worldwide. The Faculti audience is predominantly the higher education, academic and research community, but also associated professional organisations such as financial institutions, policy organisations, think tanks, hospitals and schools. Faculti is an inclusive platform that works with new PhD students through to Nobel Laureates.
How it Works
Watch or listen to Faculti on your computer, tablet or smartphone. Enjoy great video and audio streamed insights in high definition and with excellent sound. Each academic year, around 2000 new insights are produced and they can also be viewed at a later date in the archive. The archive already contains thousands of interviews and insights with all the leading figures globally. Universities support course and online delivery with the Faculti archive, and figures emebd their interviews on their homepages and VLE’s.
Registration to Faculti is free of charge, and allows you to access numerous interviews here A membership gives you access to all live audio and video across one subject or the entire platform – as often as you like, on the device of your choice.
Inspired by the confirmation of the Higgs Boson particle in 2013, Faculti contacted Professor John Ellis, CERN and Kings College London, about making a short interview of the ground breaking news. Professor Ellis’ enthusiasm and support led to the first Faculti interview. Eight years on, Faculti now produces 2000 new insights annually with the intention of considerably increasing this down the line even further.
Faculti’s aim is to communicate research in a way that is accessible to the wider public. The videos are professionally made and the participants present their ideas clearly in an unadorned, simple way, largely relying on direct, to camera communication, without any other audiovisual aids. A simple idea, well executed.British Universities Film and Video Council
The Faculti team has produced informative, accessible insights that convey substance without being overbearing. Viewers can be spurred either to find out more or to come away satisfied with a modicum of new, valuable knowledge.Susan Sugarman, Princeton University
Faculti is great for accessing new, cutting edge content from across the spectrum. It is a brilliant research and knowledge exchange platform and brings key stakeholders together – policymakers, academics, professionals, students and importantly the public for maximum impact.John Hemming, Member of British Parliament
Faculti is an invaluable resource for students and general members of the public exploring disciplines and issues. They are also important for researchers to share their ideas and thinking with broader audiences, and for universities to showcase their academic staff and research strengths.Trevor Marchand, Emeritus Professor of Social Anthropology, School of Oriental and African Studies
Faculti creates a deeper understanding of research, including inter-disciplinary studies, because the visual impact is important and it cross-cuts with other debates making it inter-disciplinary. Students will appreciate the succinct summaries presented and the importance of the subject matter communicated.Satvinder Juss, Professor of Law at King’s College London, UK and a Barrister-at-Law of Gray’s Inn, London, UK
Working with Faculti was a pleasure. The videographer was talented and well-informed, and the interview was painless – even pleasant. The Faculti staff quickly prepared and presented the video clip on the Faculti website, and did an excellent job with it. I have received nothing but compliments about the video, and look forward to working with Faculti again.Jeffry Frieden, Harvard University
I teach history, and assign my students chapters from McCormick’s Origins of the European Economy. I found the McCormick video – and we watched it in class in conjunction with the reading.Laura E. Wangerin, Seton Hall University
I’ll be using Faculti insights as online teaching material with my studentsAlpesh Masuria, University West of England, and Executive at the British Education Studies Association