Author: Edd Clementson
7th September 2018, by , in Blog, Moodle Advice
Moodle 3.6 is on the horizon, so to keep you ahead of the curve we’ve taken a look at the most exciting features and improvements in the newest version. As always, If you’d like a more in-depth look at the latest version of Moodle, feel free to contact us for a quick online demonstration. Dashboard...
28th August 2018, by , in Blog, Moodle Advice
Within Moodle, the Dashboard is a customisable page for providing logged in users with links to their courses and activities within them, such as unread forum posts and upcoming assignments. By default the dashboard can be customised by users by adding or removing blocks from the page. Administrators can choose to restrict users making changes...
23rd August 2018, by , in Blog, Moodle Advice
Our latest downloadable guide is centred around on the rapid growth of Moodle in the workplace, and the unique tools which it offers for professional development. Many organisations worldwide are successfully using Moodle’s Competency feature to better monitor and evaluate staff training programmes or personal workplace learning objectives. What are competencies? Competencies describe the level...
Video audio in Moodle
14th August 2018, by , in Blog, Moodle Features
From Moodle 3.5 onwards, course creators are able to record video and audio directly within the editing interface. This is achieved using the Atto text editor – a default option in Moodle (along with TinyMCE). Rather than using a third party plugin, or external recording software to capture media for your course, you can now...
10th August 2018, by , in Blog, Moodle Advice
If your Moodle platform is used in an academic environment (e.g a school, college or university) there are a number of factors to consider to ensure your platform is kept organised and is prepared for the new academic year. We’ve put together a handy guide illustrating our preferred (and often the most efficient) methods based...
14th May 2018, by , in Blog, Moodle Advice
On May 25th 2018 the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into full swing in the European Union as law, focused on individual privacy and access/use of personal information of European Union citizens. International schools across the globe will be affected by the new regulations in various ways. To assist our clients and other...
8th March 2018, by , in Blog
Many of us experience the occasional wi-fi outage or find our internet connection has slowed to a crawl, and usually it’s a minor and temporary inconvenience. However, if your school is dependent on a reliable connection for your learning platform to function it’s an altogether more serious issue. For many international schools there are factors...
Artificial intelligence
19th October 2017, by , in Blog, e-Learning Advice
Automation is big news at the moment. Rapidly advancing technology is increasingly promising a world in which many tasks traditionally performed by humans can be taken over by artificial intelligence. What does this mean for teaching and learning? It seems unlikely that we’ll see robots replacing teachers at the front of the classroom any time...
13th September 2017, by , in Blog, e-Learning Advice, MIS
Over the summer break EduLink One has been outfitted with a host of updates to existing features as well as three brand new areas of functionality. To begin with, let’s look at how some existing features have changed. Homework – homework can now be set manually for students via the app (if enabled) Homework –...
2nd August 2017, by , in Blog
  As we look forward to the new term, here at Titus Learning we’ve been thinking about what trends will shape the development of educational technology over the next academic year. If you have any suggestions for areas we might have missed, as always we’d be delighted if you would get in touch. 24/7 integrated...

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