Published: April 26, 2016

Gomo Learning To Revolutionize Delivery Of Multi-Lingual E-Learning Content

gomo learning introduces six new features to tackle the challenge of delivering multilingual content in latest upgrade to the suite's authoring tool.

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Claire Coley

claire.coley@gomolearning.com

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The latest update to the award-winning gomo learning suite, launching this week, revolutionizes the traditionally challenging and expensive exercise of delivering courses in multiple languages.

gomo learning introduces six new features to tackle the challenge of delivering multilingual content.

The latest version of gomo authoring includes the delivery of  multiple languages within a single course (SCO), XLIFF import and export for translation agencies and multilingual views within the course editor.

The responsive HTML5 gomo player now supports multiple languages in one project, delivering a single course (SCO) with as many languages as desired.

Users are able to import/export the course 'default language' content via XLIFF for agency translation, promoting the effortless localization of multilingual content.

Other multilingual features added include Language selection in the quick start wizard and Multilingual views in the course editor.

gomo’s offering also guarantees multi-device support on all devices via responsive HTML5 with automatic adjustment of content blocks to support the length of text in every language.

This announcement of enhanced multiple language support comes just weeks after gomo’s addition of native app capability to the suite.

'The introduction of enhanced multilingual support to the gomo learning suite signals the continued strength of the tool in the market. Last month we launched native app capability to the suite and we continue to be pleased with the hugely positive reception from users. We expect these new language features to have the same impact.'  Mike Alcock, Managing Director, gomo

gomo learning will be exhibiting at ATD ICE (Denver) and FocusOn Learning (Texas) in the coming months where visitors will be able to see the latest features in action.

If you are interested in seeing the latest updates, gomo offers a free 21 day trial and MD Mike Alcock will be showcasing the addition of multiple language support during an exclusive webinar on 12th May at 15.00 (BST).

Try one of our multilingual courses here.