Author: Titus Learning
International School of Bremen
10th January 2017, by , in Blog, Case Studies
Titus Learning were introduced to the International School of Bremen via the International Schools’ Council. The school had been using Moodle for some time, but were looking to find out more about how best to use the platform. With only one member of staff managing training and support for the platform, usage and engagement among...
5th January 2017, by , in Blog
As we start the New Year, we’re delighted to feature a guest post on Digital Intelligence by John Mikton, who blogs at Beyond Digital. 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...
22nd December 2016, by , in Blog
As we draw near to the end of 2016 it’s good to look back and see how much has changed over the last twelve months. It’s been a busy year for Titus Learning all round. The company has moved to new premises, and we’ve welcomed some top new talent to the Titus roster. We’ve clocked up...
12th December 2016, by , in Blog
H5P is an exciting new open-source technology which makes it easy to create, share and reuse rich and interactive HTML5 content directly on a website or LMS page. From an e-learning point of view this means the ability for course creators and subject leaders to produce professional quality resources and activities quickly and easily, including...
8th December 2016, by , in Blog
This week saw the public release of Moodle 3.2, with a focus on accessibility and user experience. We’ve spent some time getting familiar with and testing the new version of Moodle, and we’re really impressed with some of the new features which have been introduced. Boost theme The most obvious visual change to Moodle 3.2...
Edulink App Case Study: JIS
23rd November 2016, by , in Blog, Case Studies
Introduction Titus Learning first met with staff at Jerudong International School to discuss a trial of the EduLink app, which would allow staff to more easily access data from their management information system whilst out of school and using mobile devices. Problem The school had identified a number of key tasks which needed to be performed...
17th November 2016, by , in Blog
This autumn our team headed out to East Asia to take part in a range of events in the region, as well as catch up with some of our existing customers and meet with potential new clients. The trip began in Suzhou, with the inaugural ACAMIS Technology Conference, where we gave a presentation on how...
17th October 2016, by , in Blog
Over the coming weeks our team are once again making the journey east to take part in a range of conferences and other events in the East Asia region. In mid-October, we’ll be heading to China for the ACAMIS Technology Conference in Suzhou on the 21st and 22nd of October, followed by a number of...
13th October 2016, by , in Blog
Today, we feature a guest post from Co-founder and Director Seb Francis on his recent trip to China. I recently returned from a visit to China, as part of the UK delegation for the “Education (EdTech) is GREAT Campaign”. I was delighted that Titus Learning were picked as one of 17 companies operating in the...
30th September 2016, by , in Blog, Case Studies
Introduction Guiseley School first met with Titus Learning to explore the possibility of implementing a new online learning platform. The school was already using a disparate set of tools, but there was no integration between these platforms, and the school was unable to support the blended learning approach they wished to offer students. Problem There was a lack of centralised information, with some data being shared through other...

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