There’s a lot going on at gomo as we head towards Devlearn in a couple of weeks, so I thought I’d take to the blog to let you know what we’re up to and how you can catch up with us in Vegas.
What – Devlearn 2015 – gomo’s final U.S exhibition of 2015
When – September 30th – October 2nd
Where – MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada
How – Registration details can be found on the Devlearn website
gomo at Devlearn 2015
gomo will be setting up camp at booth 211 of Devlearn, which might be a number worth remembering if you’re interested in an exclusive discount on our award-winning multi-device learning suite…
We’re offering all Devlearn attendees who visit gomo at booth 211 the opportunity to get free hosting & analytics if they sign up to the gomo authoring tool. That’s all of the gomo learning suite – an award-winning, cloud e-learning suite that allows teams to design, build, distribute and analyse beautiful multi-device learning – for half of the price. All you have to do is visit booth 211, pick up a voucher and follow the instructions before the date shown and voilà, you have yourself an entire learning suite for either $89 or $249, depending on size of the package you opt for.
What is the gomo learning suite?
gomo is somewhat of the new kid on the block in the authoring tool space. In the short time we’ve been around we’ve been voted a top 5 authoring tool by e-learning guru Craig Weiss as an authoring tool to watch and Brandon Hall awarded us the Best Advance in Content Authoring Technology award last year because our unique authoring suite has been delighting clients like JP Morgan, Santander and Nike.
The secret is an authoring suite that lives in the cloud and outputs beautiful, multi-device HTML5 learning, backed up with flexible cloud hosting and xAPI analytics. It’s great fun to use and we think you’ll love it – check out our feature tour here.
gomo’s seminar at Devlearn
As well as showcasing the power of beautiful multi-device authoring at booth 211, our MD Mike Alcock is taking to the fittingly titled Emerging Tech stage to share new and innovative ways that learning can be delivered easily and cost effectively.
In his seminar ‘Everyone everywhere: how to create and deploy multi-device learning content’, Mike is looking at how organisations can deploy content to familiar, non-training environments such as social media, website and app stores, reaching learners during glitches of downtime. The session, which takes place at 12:15 on Day 1 of Devlearn, is ideal for learning practitioners interested in connecting better with learners, tracking the entire learning experience and taking advantage of personal devices for learning.
If there’s anything else at all you’d like to know about gomo at Devlearn, don’t hesitate to drop us a line here.