Category: Moodle Advice
Moodle Workplace
14th February 2019, by , in Moodle Advice
Yesterday at the Learning Technologies conference in London the Titus team were on hand to witness a revolutionary new product launch from Moodle HQ – Moodle Workplace. The new solution builds on the tried and tested Moodle platform, while adding a host of new features specifically designed for the needs of businesses. Built in reporting...
29th January 2019, by , in Blog, Moodle Advice
Our latest downloadable Moodle course template is focussed on using Moodle for business, rather than in the education sector. Over the last few months, we’ve had a large increase in the number of corporate clients that we work with. Moodle usage in businesses is often substantially different than in educational environments and the number of...
13th December 2018, by , in Blog, Moodle Advice
Working with Moodle, I’m constantly reminded of its vast nature due to the number of plugins and third-party systems that I come across. Every single one of them comes with their own merits, but every now and then you stumble upon a gem, and that’s what we think of Amanote. Amanote is a note taking...
3rd December 2018, by , in Blog, Moodle Advice
Moodle 3.6 is available for download from today, so as usual we’ve taken a look at the most exciting features and improvements in the new release. If you’d like a more in depth look at the latest version of Moodle, feel free to contact us for a quick online demonstration. Dashboard and Course overview improvements In...
15th November 2018, by , in Blog, Moodle Advice
Our latest downloadable guide is centred around the use of Moodle as a way to drive parental engagement. More and more as part of a school’s overall strategy, involving parents as much as possible is advantageous for a number of reasons: Ensuring that parents are aware of their child’s day to day education, the subjects...
9th November 2018, by , in Blog, Moodle Advice
One of the main challenges for any academic institution is how to prepare its students for the working world. Careers advice, interview tips and CV advice are things that can be overlooked during a students’s education. So, we created a free Moodle course template for you to use that covers career advice post-education. Here’s how...
22nd October 2018, by , in Blog, Moodle Advice
People like quizzes. The most common use of the word “quiz” in the English language is to precede it with the word “pub”. TV programs like QI and Pointless are some of the most watched, because people like to explore and discuss knowledge, but they are not so keen on being tested. Students are no...
10th September 2018, by , in Blog, Moodle Advice
There are over 1,500 Moodle plugins, but if you see one you like, should you use it? Can you be confident that the Moodle plugin will work with each new version of the core software? If you start to use it and find a problem, who will support you?
28th August 2018, by , in Blog, Moodle Advice
Within Moodle, the Moodle Dashboard is a customisable page for providing logged in users with links to their courses and activities within them, such as unread forum posts and upcoming assignments. By default the dashboard can be customised by users by adding or removing blocks from the page. Administrators can choose to restrict users making...
23rd August 2018, by , in Blog, Moodle Advice
Our latest downloadable guide is centred around on the rapid growth of Moodle in the workplace, and the unique tools which it offers for professional development. Many organisations worldwide are successfully using Moodle’s Competency feature to better monitor and evaluate staff training programmes or personal workplace learning objectives. What are competencies? Competencies describe the level...

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