Titus Learning at the ACAMIS 2017 Technology Conference
12th October 2017, by , in Blog, e-Learning Events

Next week, from October 20th-21st, we’ll be exhibiting at the ACAMIS 2017 Technology Conference which takes place at the The International School of Macao.

We’re looking forward to a full programme of presentations and seminar sessions, including a keynote speech from Séan McHugh, Technology Integration Specialist at UWCSEA, Singapore.

We’ll be exhibiting our handpicked suite of services to address specific Moodle requirements: whether that’s bespoke themes making Moodle effortless to use; integration with other systems to save valuable time; or custom development ensuring your Moodle is the perfect fit.

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It’s also a chance to catch up with some of the ACAMIS members we work with such as the British School of Beijing, Dulwich College International, Shanghai Singapore International School and Tianjin International School.

> Read our case study on the work we’ve done with ACAMIS member Dulwich College International

Whether you’re interested in making better use of your LMS, sharing data quickly and easily with parents, improving personal development for teaching staff, or engaging and inspiring learners, we’d love to meet you and discuss how we can help.

If you’re heading to the conference and you’d like to meet up for a quick chat, please fill out this form or give us a call on +44 (0) 113 3200 346 and we’ll arrange an appointment.

Even if none of the above tempts you, our stand will be well stocked with giveaways, and dressed in our new brand identity (look out for the bright purple!)

Alternatively, we’ll be in East Asia both before and after the event, travelling through various countries. If you’d like to book in a meeting at your school, take a look at our schedule via the link below:

https://www.tituslearning.com/blog/international-events-in-2017/

 

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