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CALGARY, ALBERTA (November 1, 2013) - GoRobos Inc is proud to announce its partnership with Lambton College to develop a gamified mobile application to teach mathematics to its students.

Lambton College, of Sarnia, Ontario, will use this app to teach advanced mathematics skills and concepts to students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). The app will launch college-wide in September 2014.

GoRobos was the creator of the world's first gamified, app-based high school and higher education course in 2012. This new mathematics app partnership with Lambton College will use Lambton's own fully-accredited mathematics curriculum, backed by game mechanics, in-app assessments, and a teacher dashboard so instructors can monitor and support students' progress.

About GoRobos

GoRobos builds engaging, content-rich apps for high school and higher education. The company was founded in 2012 by the heads of GoForth Institute, Canada's leading small business training company, and Robots and Pencils, industry-leading app developers. GoRobos loves learning, and believes that technology can improve lives.

The company was formed to create the world's first app-based, gamified high school and higher education course. Since then, GoRobos has built an app engine and authoring software that makes it fast and efficient to deploy new apps with game and course content. Partnerships have been formed with high schools and post-secondary institutions across Canada and in the United States, working with forward-thinking educators who understand that today's students need courses tailored to the way they learn. These schools offer GoRobos' app-based courses in subjects like entrepreneurship and mathematics.

For more information, please contact:

Dr. Leslie Roberts
Co-Founder and CEO
Direct: (587) 361-4515



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