2016 sees the introduction of native apps to gomo, a new content distribution method we’re really excited about. Say hello to the gomo central app.
What is it?
The gomo central app is a groundbreaking advance in authoring and learning distribution technology. It solves the challenges of offline learning, tracking and updating faced by teams looking to deploy learning to devices on a global scale.
The all-new app is the native version of gomo central, gomo’s cloud-based learning portal. gomo central is used by clients to give their global learners instant access to multi-device elearning content. The app is downloaded from the app store, learners log in and all of their gomo courses are within the app and ready to be used, either directly or downloadable for offline use.
Learners are provided with easy native app access while L&D teams have a simple means of quickly distributing content to learners at scale. The app supports xAPI tracking, offline learning and dynamic content updates and will be available from the Apple and Android app stores.
Benefits of the gomo central app:
Gives staff instant access to learning on the smartphone or tablet of their choice
No internet connection needed to consume content
xAPI analytics are fed back to gomo as soon as the device connects to the internet
Course updates are available to app users automatically
Takes the hassle out of learning distribution
L&D doesn’t have to deal with app store approval
Gives learners a go-to app for learning when on the move.
Europe’s leading L&D event, Learning Technologies 2016, will be the first opportunity to see the gomo central app in action. The event takes place on February 3-4 and gomo will be sharing a huge stand alongside the rest of the LTG group (that’s us plus LEO, Preloaded and Eukleia). We have lots planned and we can’t wait to tell you more about it over the course of January. For now, you can register to attend Learning Technologies for free, or if you won’t make it to London, join us for a more detailed look at the gomo central app at our webinar ‘Harnessing native apps for learning’ on February 24th.