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11th December 2014, by , in Blog
Now that we’ve finally found the time to lift our heads after an extremely busy couple of months, we thought we’d document our recent travels to Southeast Asia. Earlier in the year we were delighted when the International School Brunei (ISB) chose Titus Learning as their VLE provider. We hope this will be the first of many international...
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...
14th October 2014, by , in Blog
Earlier this year we were lucky enough to start work with Guiseley School. One of the reasons this was so great is because in a way, that’s the school where it all began. We’ll be posting a case study over the coming weeks about the work we’ve done with Guiseley School so be sure to visit the...
9th July 2014, by , in Blog
We were recently invited by iSAMS to write a guest article detailing the importance of integration between a school’s Moodle and Management Information System (MIS).  We welcomed the opportunity to provide the article for the iSAMS and Moodle community as it is a subject we regularly encounter with our customers when discussing their ICT needs, here it is: Moodle...
25th June 2014, by , in Blog, e-Learning Advice
Prior to working with us, many of our clients have worked with multiple systems, claiming they were unable to find the right VLE or Learning Platform to meet their needs and requirements. What we have discovered is that it is not always the case of a bad system and more often than not their dissatisfaction...
17th June 2014, by , in Blog, Moodle Advice
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...
13th May 2014, by , in Blog, Moodle Advice
With Moodle 2.7 being released yesterday, Moodle users and site administrators will once again be looking forward to the new features, improvements and bug fixes that are available in the latest release.  Early feedback from the community appears to be enthusiastic about this release. Moodle 2.7 brings a few headline feature improvements, including the replacement...
13th May 2014, by , in Blog
A Long Term Support (LTS) release is common practice in the open-source world.  LTS refers to a version release of software that will be maintained for a longer period of time than the usual version release and support cycle for that product, for example, Long Term Support for Moodle. Whilst new releases continue to take...
13th May 2014, by , in Blog, Moodle Advice
It’s a curious fact but more than three and a half years after Moodle 2.0 was released, the majority of registered Moodle sites are still using Moodle 1.9.  Whilst the veracity of the statistics Moodle HQ have been provided with may not be completely accurate (the registration of sites is voluntary, and it is questionable...
14th February 2014, by , in Blog
Thanks for taking the time to check out our new website and blog! We thought we’d use our first post as a chance to introduce you to Titus Learning. Hopefully you’ve seen by now just what we do, for those of you who haven’t or need a quick recap here goes. We specialise in providing...

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