Category: e-Learning Advice
21st November 2018, by , in Blog, e-Learning Advice
At Titus Learning, we’ve started to see an increase in the number of our clients that are using their Moodle platform to facilitate CPD training. So we took it upon ourselves to build a free Moodle CPD course template for you to use. Here’s how it works: CPD Announcements Forum – An auto subscription forum...
5th April 2018, by , in Blog, e-Learning Advice
On May 25th 2018 the General Data Protection Regulation will come into full swing in the European Union as law, focused on individual privacy and access/use of personal information of European Union citizens. International schools across the globe will be affected by the new regulations in various ways. Here, John Mikton offers a review of the...
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...
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...
13th September 2017, by , in Blog, e-Learning Advice, MIS
Over the summer break EduLink One has been outfitted with a host of updates to existing features as well as three brand new areas of functionality. To begin with, let’s look at how some existing features have changed. Homework – homework can now be set manually for students via the app (if enabled) Homework –...

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