Author: Callum Barrett
Arlo: Streamlining your training provision
21st January 2019, by , in Blog, e-Learning Advice
At Titus Learning we work with a range of partners to extend the capabilities of the bespoke Moodle platforms that we offer to both the education and business sectors. One such partner is Arlo, the global leading training management system for training providers. We’ve been working with Arlo for a while now, and as the...
15th January 2019, by , in Blog, e-Learning Events
Like every year at Titus Learning, we’re starting 2019 off with an edtech conference. We’ll be heading to London’s ExCeL centre for the annual Bett conference from the 23rd to the 26th of January. Bett is the UK’s largest educational technology conference, that last year attracted over 34,000 attendees including over 12,000 leaders within education...
5th January 2019, by , in Blog
It’s only really brought to our attention how much we have achieved when we have this opportunity to sit down and reflect over the past year. 2018 was an incredible year for all of us at Titus Learning, and it’s wouldn’t be possible without the incredible team that we have in-house, as well as the...
13th December 2018, by , in Blog, Moodle Advice
Working with Moodle, I’m constantly reminded of its vast nature due to the number of plugins and third-party systems that I come across. Every single one of them comes with their own merits, but every now and then you stumble upon a gem, and that’s what we think of Amanote. Amanote is a note taking...
3rd December 2018, by , in Blog, Company News
On this day, 5 years ago, we officially founded Titus Learning! Which means today it’s our birthday! 😀 We wanted to take this as an opportunity to say thank you to all the people who’ve supported us along the way, including customers, partners, and of course the amazing team at Titus, and also as a...
27th November 2018, by , in Blog, Company News
Following requests from a number of our clients, we’re planning to launch a series of Titus Learning User Conferences to better connect with our customers, with the first being scheduled for early 2019. The free, single day events will be a gathering of Titus Learning Moodle users from among our international school clients, and will...
Bett awards finalist
2nd November 2018, by , in Blog
It’s that time of year once again when the nominations for the UK’s biggest edtech awards are released, and we’re delighted to announce that Titus Learning have been shortlisted as Bett Awards finalists in not just one, but two separate categories. Exporter of the Year For the second year in a row, we’re among 8...
5th October 2018, by , in Company News
As it’s World Teachers’ Day, we took some time out in the office to talk about teachers who’d inspired us during our time in education and what we’d learned from them. Here are a few excerpts from the conversation. Majid Hussain, Head of Support and Delivery Teacher: Mr Andrew Hartley Oakbank School  My most inspiring...
25th September 2018, by , in Blog, e-Learning Events
Last week I had the pleasure of attending the 25th Association for Learning Technology conference (ALTC), and as it was the first time anyone from Titus Learning has attended, I wanted to summarise my thoughts from the day. ALT regards itself as an organisation that represents individuals and members from all over the world, with...
7th March 2018, by , in Blog, e-Learning Events
We’re very proud to be a sponsor of this year’s MoodleMoot UK, hosted at Glasgow’s University of Strathclyde from March 26-28. It’ll be our first one since gaining certified Moodle Partner status, although many of our team have attended past events individually. UPDATE: We have a limited number of tickets available for this year’s MoodleMoot UK...

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