RSA animations, short films and event videos

This is a follow up on my last post since I think that RSA has more to offer than the animation on motivation.

The RSA Animates-series that is offered by the RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce) provides animated speeches to share ‘world-changing ideas’ as they claim on their webpage.

What they offer is freely accessible animated videos of speeches such as “Drive: The Surprising Truth of What Motivates Us” by Dan Pink, “Re-Imagining Work” by Dave Coplin, or “Crisis of Capitalism” by David Harvey. The speeches constitute a great knowledge source and the animations great teaching resources for the classroom.

In addition to the Animates-series, it is also worth having a look into the RSA Shorts (e.g. Kate Raworth on Growth), Event Videos (e.g. Frank Trentmann on Consumerism) and RSA Insights (e.g. Matthew Parsfield on the Value of Connected Communities).


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