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Titus Learning Blog

14th February 2018, by , in Blog, Company News
We’re very proud to announce that we’ve been selected as one of 6 finalists for this year’s Education Resources Awards in the category “Exporter of the Year”. The awards ceremony will take place at The National Conference Centre, Birmingham on the second evening of The Education Show: Friday 16th March 2018. It’s a real honour to...
31st January 2018, by , in Blog, Company News
The latest update to EduLink One has now been released, and with it a host of new features have been added. Here’s our run down of the new functionality EduLink One users will find on upgrading. If you have any questions about the upgrade or need further information on a particular feature, we’d be happy...
29th January 2018, by , in Blog, e-Learning Events
Next week we’re heading to Singapore for the South East Asian SIMS Conference (SEASIMS) which is being hosted at Dulwich College Singapore from the 5th to the 7th of February. As well as Titus Learning sponsoring the event, our co-founder and director Seb Francis will be giving a series of presentations during the conference, during the...
25th January 2018, by , in Blog, e-Learning Events
With the Bett 2018 exhibition well underway, we’re looking forward to Saturday the 27th, when our co-founder and director Seb Francis will be hosting a seminar at 12:15 in the DIT Export Theatre. Titled “Cracking the international school market”, Seb’s presentation will include advice and guidance on how businesses can best tailor their product offering to...
24th January 2018, by , in Blog, Company News
A new year, and another new face at Titus HQ as Guy Thomas joins the team. Guy is a highly experienced Moodle developer and educator who has worked in educational technology in a variety of roles over the last 14 years. You’ll most likely recognise his name from his many contributions to the Moodle Plugins...
Wellington College Tianjin
20th January 2018, by , in Blog, Case Studies
Introduction Wellington College International, Tianjin (WCIT) is a is a co-educational day and boarding independent school serving a community of close to 1,500 students between the ages of 2 and 18. Its sister school, Wellington College International Shanghai is also a client of Titus Learning. Problem The school had an existing Moodle learning platform in...
17th January 2018, by , in Blog, e-Learning Advice
This week we’re pleased to once again feature a guest post by John Mikton, who blogs at Beyond Digital. With 25 years’ experience working in Education Technology and 12 years as a Senior Leadership Team member in International Schools, John is perfectly placed to comment on all things EdTech. John is currently the Head of Education and...
11th January 2018, by , in Blog, e-Learning Advice
“Why do we need a learning platform? We get by fine using the tools we have.” Many schools we speak to have raised a similar point to the one above. And on the face of it, it’s a valid question. Why invest in setting up a fully fledged LMS when you can use tools like...
30th December 2017, by , in Blog
As we near the end of 2017, we’ve taken the time to look back over the last 12 months and reflect on how we’ve grown as a company over the year. All in all, it’s been an incredible year for the team here at Titus Learning. Most importantly, we’ve had the privilege to work with a...
22nd December 2017, by , in Blog
2017 has been a busy year for us, during which we’ve grown significantly as a business. We’ve moved into a new HQ, gained certified Moodle Partner status, launched a new brand identity, and welcomed many new colleagues to the team. More importantly, we’ve had the privilege to work with a fantastic group of new and...
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