Tag: design
Nord Anglia Education
2nd November 2016, by , in Blog
Nord Anglia Education (NAE) is an organisation of 43 international schools located across 15 countries, with almost 4,000 staff providing education for over 36,000 students from 2 to 18 years of age. Staff across the organisation are given access to a centralised e-learning system for professional development, branded as Nord Anglia University. NAE first approached...
Stockport
28th June 2016, by , in Blog
Most learning platform users will tell you that the real innovation begins when your VLE is up and running. However, at Titus we believe it starts before then, with the initial learning platform design. The Titus team believe in a tailored solution for every school, college or university that we work with. Before anything is...
moodle-moot-2017
30th March 2016, by , in Blog
If your Moodle is to engage learners, it needs to look good. You need to make sure your Moodle theme is eye-catching, is easy to navigate around, and conveys your school’s message or ethos. So you need a Moodle theme designer that can deliver the goods. We’ve put together this short guide to finding the...
responsive designS-1
15th February 2016, by , in Uncategorized
  If you’re going to provide your learners with the opportunity to learn any time, anywhere, it’s essential their experience isn’t hindered by how they’re accessing it. Over the past seven years, mobile technology has advanced at a rate most didn’t expect; tablet devices are now far more ubiquitous than anyone (except maybe Apple) ever...
Nord Anglia Education
14th January 2016, by , in Blog
Integrating an effective e-learning strategy into everyday school life may be the goal – but sometimes a learning platform can fail from the outset simply because its creation, set-up and internal promotion is not thought through. Effective e-learning can – and will – transform your school, and has the potential to increase engagement, improve reporting...
death of digital
10th September 2015, by , in Blog
We’re very fortunate to have our third guest blog contributed by John Mikton. With 20 years’ experience working in Education Technology and 10 years as a Senior Leadership Team member in International Schools, John is perfectly placed to comment on all things EdTech. John is currently the Director of eLearning at the Inter Community School...
responsive
24th February 2015, by , in Blog
For many students today, their smartphone or tablet is their primary Internet device, rather than a PC or laptop. It’s natural to expect that when it comes to using a VLE, these devices will be their first choice – so it’s crucial to ensure your platform works well, however it’s accessed. The key to this...
courseformats
28th October 2014, by , in Blog
There are a number of Moodle course format options available, allowing you to select the layout and functionality that is most suited to your course. Certain formats are installed as standard but you can install additional course formats from Moodle.org. The full list of formats available is here. When selecting which Moodle course format is most...
personal
17th June 2014, by , in Blog
Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs) are used by thousands of schools around the world, unfortunately a large number of these users aren’t getting the most from their platform. One of the main success factors of any system is how well it actually meets your requirements. It is nearly impossible to meet all, or most, of your...

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