In our webinar ‘Solving Real Problems with Learning Technologies’, gomo’s Mike Alcock, Jeff Fissel, and Dawn Baron discussed the challenges they heard from L&D professionals they’d met at recent industry trade shows like Learning Technologies 2019.
While learning challenges will always surface, some can be more easily managed with the right tools and knowing how to leverage those tools to achieve optimal outcomes.
Want to know how to give your learning programs a boost by solving some of the challenges you face daily? The gomo team talks you through these challenges and how the right tools can result in the outcomes you are looking for.
If you missed the webinar, no problem—we’ve got you covered, with a recording (done in gomo Video, of course!).
Watch the webinar to discover how to:
- create beautiful mobile-first elearning
- create content that is easy to find and use
- use user-generated content to create community and collaboration
- use dashboards, data, and reports to continuously improve your learning programs
Webinar Q&A: What Attendees Asked
We also got some great question from attendees and we’ve answered some of the best ones below.
Q: If we ‘SCORM’ the content and use it in an LMS that’s not gomo, would we still be able to use this feature (tracking)? Does it exist in the content player?
A: No matter where the gomo content lives, you can always track how that content is being used. If you publish your content out of gomo, you get SCORM and xAPI tracking options in your systems. If you use gomo hosting, you get dual tracking, SCORM in your LMS, xAPI analytics in gomo.
Q: How do you embed a PowerPoint presentation in the gomo Authoring tool?
A: We highly recommend uploading your PowerPoint assets (text, images, video, etc.) and then recreating your screens in gomo. PPT slides are not optimized for mobile devices, whereas content created in gomo displays accurately and beautifully on all devices.
Q: How does the video skipping feature work on mobiles?
A: All gomo features that work on a desktop will work on mobile devices. gomo was designed as a mobile-first creation tool, so all features will work optimally on mobile devices.
Q: Can an admin, designer, or developer from our team edit the translation?
A: Yes. The simple caption and translation editor is available to anyone who has creation permissions.