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Titus Learning Blog

Luke Tillotson
6th July 2017, by , in Blog
We’re delighted to welcome a new member of the Titus Learning team – Luke Tillotson – who brings the benefits of 8 years of experience within e-learning to the company. Here, he gives us some background on his work in the educational technology field so far, and how he sees the sector developing in future, as...
5th July 2017, by , in Blog
We were delighted to feature in the latest issue of the Telegraph and Argus, who ran a story on our continued growth and expansion into new offices in Saltaire. Our co-founder Seb Francis spoke to a reporter from the Bradford daily about the initial idea behind Titus Learning: “Our idea was born out of a...
28th June 2017, by , in Blog
We’re pleased to announce the release of a couple of really useful features for EduLink One. Our approach to software development is always user-led, and we’ve listened carefully to the feedback we’ve received from those schools already using the application when prioritising the next new features to prioritise. As our Technical Lead, Majid Hussain, explains:...
25th June 2017, by , in Blog, Case Studies
Introduction Guiseley School first met with Titus Learning in 2014 to explore the possibility of implementing a new online learning platform. The school was already using a disparate set of software tools, but there was no integration between them. They were unable to support the blended learning approach they wished to offer students, share vital...
14th June 2017, by , in Blog
We’re delighted to announce that following the expansion of our team, we’ve moved to new, larger premises in the village of Saltaire, West Yorkshire. The village is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, located in beautiful surroundings. Most importantly to us though, we’ll be based in the iconic Salts Mill, built by our namesake Sir Titus...
Moodle plugin example
12th June 2017, by , in Blog
In this new 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 looked at the local plugin Use template on course creation which can be found...
30th May 2017, by , in Blog
Next week the Titus Learning team will be hitting the road once again to head for the Innovations in Education Conference 2017 which will take place at the Radisson Blu Portman Hotel, London on June 7th. Chaired by Tracee Green, Lecturer in Child Protection at the University of Kent, the one-day conference boasts a line up of expert speakers...
12th May 2017, by , in Blog
With the latest version update scheduled for Monday, we’ve taken a sneak peek at Moodle 3.3 to see what’s new ahead of the official rollout. Once we’ve had a chance to apply the Moodle 3.3 update to our demonstration site we’ll update this post with screenshots and more in depth commentary. For now though, some...
2nd May 2017, by , in Blog
Titus Learning co-founder and director Seb Francis was interviewed recently for Education Technology Magazine on the Digital Transformation of the Classroom. Here, he expands on the interview with a more in-depth look at the challenges and benefits associated with current VLEs.  What are the key differences between the Cloud and a VLE? Over the past few years there has...
2nd May 2017, by , in Blog
Titus Learning will once again be exhibiting at the 36th COBIS Annual Conference from Saturday the 6th to Monday the 8th of May on stand 67. At the Titus Learning stand, our directors Seb Francis and Mike Bennett will be available to showcase how we’re helping schools connect teachers, students and parents through innovative use...
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