As we begin to look towards the end of what has been a fantastic 2015, we’re thinking past the turkey, sherry and presents and into early 2016, when we will be unveiling gomo’s latest innovation. Last year at the Learning Technologies exhibition and conference we announced the gomo learning suite, and we’re excited to say there’s something secret up our sleeves for this year’s show, too.
Along with getting busy ahead of Learning Technologies, we have a few online events happening in tandem through January and February keeping you up to speed with the latest thinking from gomo. Whether content delivery and course uptake is a current bugbear or there’s a drive for more mobile content in your organisation, we’ve got you covered with fresh ideas for the year ahead, all of which can be accessed from the comfort of your desk.
Designing learning for a mobile workforce – January 14th
A look at the why, what and how of mobile for learning, plus mobile learning design that will help you create the best mobile learning going. The gomo team will also look at integrating mobile learning alongside existing training and how device experiences can be fully tracked with xAPI analytics.
Getting content into the hands of learners – January 28th
Possibly a rather ideal follow-up to our webinar on designing mobile learning, this webinar will be focused around the all important aspect of learning distribution. After all, if it’s difficult for learners to find what they need, or they simply aren’t aware of what’s available to them, you may as well not bother creating learning. In this webinar, we take a look at how learning content can be distributed in new and innovative ways to ensure you can keep learners in the loop in 2016.
Key trends for 2016 – February 11th
Keeping our ear to the ground during Learning Technologies 2016, we’re running an online event to look at the key themes from the show and take a look at what this could mean for us in the year ahead. Ideal for those who couldn’t make it to the show or those who could and want to unravel it a little further, this is a great opportunity to think about the direction the industry is headed.