Category: Blog
Edd Clementson
15th November 2017, by , in Blog, Company News
We’re delighted to announce another addition to the team at Titus HQ – Edd Clementson (who has come on board just in time to book his place at the Christmas party!). Edd joins the team as an Implementation Consultant, and will be working with our new and existing clients to ensure they’re making the most...
10th November 2017, by , in Blog, e-Learning Events
The Titus Learning team are packing their bags and heading to China once again! We’re exhibiting at two upcoming events in Shanghai towards the end of November: 21 November: SchoolSuccess China – SchoolSuccess China was set up to help new and established international and bilingual schools succeed via e-learning. This year’s event will include a keynote speech from Richard...
Bett Awards
3rd November 2017, by , in Blog, Company News, e-Learning Events
We’re proud to announce that we’ve been selected as one of 6 finalists for the Bett Award for “Exporter of the Year”. The awards ceremony will take place at London’s iconic Tobacco Dock on January 24th next year, coinciding with the start of the four-day Bett exhibition at Excel London. It’s a real honour to have...
1st November 2017, by , in Blog, Moodle Features
With a little under two weeks to go until the expected Moodle 3.4 release date on November 13th we’ve put together a list of the features we’re most excited about seeing in the new version. Once we’ve had a chance to test and review Moodle 3.4 we’ll give you an update on anything we might...
31st October 2017, by , in Blog, e-Learning Events
Our tour of South-East Asia continues this week as we head to Malaysia for the FOBISIA Leadership Conference 2017 in Kuala Lumpur from the 3rd to the 5th of November. We’re pleased to be supporting the event as a Bronze sponsor, and looking forward to a promising lineup of talks and workshops. Our co-founder Seb will...
23rd October 2017, by , in Blog, Company News
It’s been a busy few months at Titus HQ as we’ve successfully launched a new brand identity, been awarded certified Moodle Partner status and taken up new office space in our spiritual home of Saltaire. We’ve also welcomed many new clients to the Titus family, and with a range of new Moodle and bespoke development...
20th October 2017, by , in Blog
Next week we’ll be travelling from Macao to Bangkok, to exhibit at the EARCOS Leadership Conference 2017 which runs from October 26-28th. Alongside keynotes from Peter Dalglish on “Heroes of our Time” and Dr. Simon Breakspear on “Agile Leadership”, there will be a packed programme of seminars and workshops centred around this year’s theme – “Leading and Learning: A...
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...
Lightbox Gallery
16th October 2017, by , in Blog, Moodle Features
In this series of blog posts our resident developer and expert on all things Moodle related, Connor, will be picking a Moodle plugin to feature each month which he thinks is innovative, useful, or perhaps new to the platform. This month we’ve chosen the Lightbox Gallery plugin, which can be found in the Moodle plugins directory here:
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...

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