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Gomo’s Latest Ebook Explains How to Put Subject Matter Experts at the Center of the Content Authoring Process

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The ebook provides advice on the practicalities of engaging subject experts as eLearning content authors and reviewers, alongside an overview of the learning benefits and economic incentives that underpin the practice.

Learn about the latest ebook from Gomo, which discusses tools and techniques for enabling subject matter experts to participate in content authoring.
Learn about the latest ebook from Gomo, which discusses tools and techniques for enabling subject matter experts to participate in content authoring. 

Cloud-based eLearning authoring tool Gomo has published a new ebook that offers a variety of tips and techniques for getting subject matter experts (SMEs) involved in content authoring. The ebook, entitled ‘How to get your subject matter experts to contribute to eLearning’, covers a range of beneficial learning outcomes that follow SME-L&D collaboration and offers practical advice on the steps required to turn SMEs into capable content authors and reviewers.

Gomo’s newest guide includes an in-depth discussion of the authoring tool features that allow expert colleagues who aren’t familiar with instructional design to produce or improve eLearning courses. The ebook breaks down the value of specific features like comments, feedback, and delivery methods while paying equal attention to broader ease of use via characteristics like visual themes and course duplication.

Simon Waldram, Product Manager at Gomo, said: “Subject matter experts have so much valuable knowledge to contribute to the eLearning process, and they need to be able to make those contributions without worrying about the look, feel, or functionality of a given course. That’s why it’s essential for L&D teams to understand the authoring tool features that allow SMEs to focus on pedagogically sound content.

With templates, duplication, and consistent visual themes at their fingertips, SMEs will find that it doesn’t take a background in instructional design to produce engaging, fantastic-looking content. And in economically uncertain times, this approach is great for any learning team looking to get the most out of every resource at its organization’s disposal.”

On top of its chapters dedicated to SME reviewing and authoring, the ebook reflects on the learning benefits of experience-driven, up-to-date content, highlighting the ways that these characteristics naturally accompany subject expert contributions.

The full ebook discusses:

  • The learning benefits of context and why SMEs are suited to providing that context
  • Common barriers between SMEs and content authoring, and how to overcome them
  • How the right delivery methods can allow SMEs to publish or amend their content

Click here to download a copy of ‘How to get your subject matter experts to contribute to eLearning.’


About Gomo
The Gomo learning suite provides multi-award-winning products that allow you to create, deliver, update, and track beautiful multi-device eLearning. With Gomo Authoring, you can create truly responsive and adaptive HTML5 content that looks perfect on all devices, including desktops, tablets, and smartphones. Gomo also allows you to publish and download SCORM and xAPI packages—and, as a part of Bridge, Gomo allows you to publish directly to Bridge LMS, creating a seamless authoring experience that flows from straightforward content creation to effortless distribution.

With an ever-growing client base including the BBC, British Airways, BT, Centrica, HSBC, Shell, Sony, TDK, Vodafone, and many more, Gomo is quickly becoming the established choice for global organizations seeking collaborative, future-proof, and responsive HTML5 multi-device eLearning.

Gomo is part of Learning Technologies Group plc’s award-winning group of specialist learning technology businesses.

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