Put The Power of The Docebo Learning Platform in The Hands of Your Learners, Literally, With Go.Learn
The truth is, not even “working on mobile” does the trick. Today, the threshold for the acceptance of mobile content is very high – much higher, in fact, than “regular” content shared on desktop devices. Mobile is used away from work, away from your desk, at home, or even in line at Starbucks. It needs to be desirable, accessible, frictionless, nice, and immediately useful, to encourage learners to come back for more.
Go.Learn, available now in the Apple and Google Play Stores, updating our Mobile LMS app with top-notch mobile technology with a major step forward towards a frictionless user experience, balanced with the capabilities of an innovative learning platform to augment the overall learner experience – on-the-go.
Access the Docebo Platform Directly From Your Mobile Device
The app has been designed specifically with the end-user in mind, giving them complete access to their Docebo learning platform from the device of their choosing, including iOS (iPhones, iPads) and Android-powered devices (phones and tablets).
Within the app, learners can easily attend courses, complete training materials, while taking advantage of Docebo’s social and experiential learning capabilities by viewing and sharing learning assets across different channels – no matter where they are, whenever they so choose, either online or offline.
Go.Learn allows certain types of learning objects, including SCORM, videos, slide presentation, files, and HTML pages to be downloaded, played and tracked offline. Full courses can also be downloaded for viewing at the user’s leisure.
Docebo offers your learners a continuous learning experience. Learners can take training courses while offline, and their progress is automatically tracked and synced with your learning platform when back online to promote continuous, uninterrupted learning experiences.
When a learner launches their existing Docebo Mobile LMS app, they will be prompted to download the new Go.Learn app. On the first page, users will be asked to provide the address for their organization’s Docebo learning platform in a text box, then press proceed to the login page. They will be asked to type in their email address and password. They can also flag the option to “Remember Me on this device” to avoid logging in each time the app is launched.
Go.Learn also supports Single Sign On (SSO), with SAML/OKTA or Google integrations to login to the app easily, with one click.
“35% of learners don’t have access to content that works on mobile”
– Brandon Hall Group
More than a third of the learner population don’t have access to a mobile learning solution that works. Docebo has invested a lot of time and research to develop a mobile-first solution designed to meet the needs and wants of the modern learner. Go.Learn is expandable, modern and scalable, adapting to your organization’s learning needs as you see fit to help you create the best mobile learning experience.
Go.Learn in Action
The Docebo Learning Platform, at its core, is built on a blended learning approach designed to bring together the best aspects of formal, social and experiential learning. Alongside our core learning management system (LMS), Learn, and our Coach & Share module encourage learners to share their knowledge and ask questions, to help you as the learning administrator identify the subject-matter experts within your ranks and elevate the quality of your learning materials.
Go.Learn puts that power into learners’ hands – literally. Consider the following example:
Kevin is an antenna technician. One day, he’s out on a service call to fix an issue with an antenna that he’s seen many times before. The other technicians can’t seem to get the fix right. After seeing the issue time and time again, Kevin’s developed a quick-fix and decides he’s going to solve this problem once and for all.
He pulls out his phone, logs into his Go.Learn app, and shoots a 15-second video that shows the defective part and his easy and inventive way to fix it without changing the part. With the click of a single button, he makes the video accessible to the entire field tech team and their managers.
Mark, the company’s resident antenna expert, receives a notification that Kevin has uploaded a new video the company’s Docebo learning platform via Go.Learn. He watches it, adding a few notes for all technicians to reference if they ever encounter the problem.
A few days later, Sonny, another technician, watches the video and asks a question. Mark, along with two other technicians, answer the question, giving their insights into the solution. The video, edit and curation, and Q&A thread is published to the new ‘Antenna101’ channel in Docebo (and Go.Learn), becoming a valuable asset for the entire technician community within the organization.
Two days later, a new hire Tyler comes across the same problem that Kevin shot his video to solve. Tyler takes out his phone, searches for ‘antenna defects’, and immediately finds Kevin’s video, Mark’s notes and the Q&A thread, giving him the knowledge he needs to fix the problem on the spot. He marks the video asset as ‘Best Answer’ and gives it a thumbs up, making the video even easier to find for other technicians.
But this story doesn’t end there. A couple of months later, Tina, one of the company’s learning administrators, is tasked with creating a new set of courses for antenna repairs. She gets to work, collecting different assets about different kinds of antennas, including Kevin’s quick-fix video.
She picks the best content based on performance and rating (thumb ups, best answers, most viewed, etc.), building out five full courses over the spans of a few hours, without taking any time away from internal subject-matter experts – the only source of content until now. Specific content units that need detailed and approved technical information are completed by running a content peer review process that only takes a few hours of SME time.
Create Customized Mobile Learning Experiences
For learning administrators, the original Mobile LMS app settings section is deprecated and will not affect the configuration of Go.Learn. While there are no admin capabilities within the mobile app itself (yet), administrators can manage the complete mobile learning experience in the desktop version of the Docebo platform.
Configuring Go.Learn is easy, requiring only a few clicks to manage the look and feel of their learners’ mobile experience, including the ability to white-label the mobile learning platform with your organization’s logo and colours.
To learn more about the exciting functionalities of Go.Learn and the action L&D admins need to take to roll out the new application while keeping their mobile learning experience working seamlessly, check out this Docebo Knowledge Base article.