London (UK), April 2020 - Gomo’s four-part webinar series is for companies and individuals now faced with a need to transition their training programs from face to face to digital or increase the scale of their digital offering quickly.
Gomo, a cloud-based eLearning authoring, delivery, and analytics platform, is presenting a four-part series of webinars especially tailored to companies and employees who now find themselves working from home due to the global coronavirus pandemic.
The highly practical series, "eLearning for a Home-Based Workforce", began on 16 April and runs until 05 May. All recordings will be made available to watch on demand for interested parties who cannot attend.
The how-to webinar series is presented by Gomo’s Huw Edwards, who has over seven years of experience supporting organizations with their authoring tool needs. Huw is joined by expert guests from sister companies within Learning Technologies Group, LEO Learning (learning content, strategy, and technology specialists) and Watershed (learning analytics experts).
"In these unprecedented times, we’re excited to present this practical webinar series, covering the end-to-end needs of training in our current 'working-from-home' realities," said Gomo’s Huw Edwards. "Topics include how to quickly and easily take training from a face-to-face environment to a digital one; the challenges of training a workforce that works from home; creating engaging eLearning content; and ways to analyze the effectiveness of eLearning."
Details of the sessions and sign-up options are below:
How to Create Great eLearning Content
Presenters - Huw Edwards, Gomo and Nic Price, Lead Learning Designer, LEO Learning
Date - 28 April 2020
- top tips for eLearning content creation
- other learning element tips if considering a blended learning solution
- examples of great content in action
How to Analyze and Improve Your eLearning
Presenters - Huw Edwards, Gomo, Nic Price, Lead Learning Designer, LEO Learning, and Ali Zaheer, Learning Analytics Strategy Consultant, Watershed
Date - 5 May 2020
- Why is learning measurement important?
- How can data be gathered easily?
- Which lessons can be learned from this data?
- How can lessons be applied simply and what should be prioritized?
"Many people in L&D find themselves in a position in which learning they had planned as face to face must now be completed remotely," said co-presenter and Leo’s Lead Learning Designer, Nic Price. "We're going to explore how to respond quickly and effectively to put alternatives in place, considering the different options and how they may be used to best effect. We'll touch on various methods, but particularly on the use of eLearning."