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Access content, resources, activities and assessments directly through a tablet or smartphone, with all progress and data synced to your Moodle platform.
Online learning is increasingly accessed via mobile devices rather than PCs or laptops. As usage increases, so too does the demand for organisations to have their own personalised mobile app.
With both offline and online functionality, the Moodle Mobile App allows your learners to access resources and activities whenever they need, and wherever they’re working. In-depth mobile learning analytics give you a high-level overview of their engagement, attainment and usage of the app.
Removing the constraints of traditional training sessions or office based learning allows your users to set their own pace, navigate course content in whatever way is most comfortable to them and define how and when they learn, giving them greater control over their personal development and improving engagement.
Access to all your learning resources at any time while offline, with progress automatically syncing back to your Moodle next time you’re online.
Quick and easy access to your calendar at any time allowing you to easily check the status of individual and group activities or events.
Send push notifications directly to learners, as well as private messages, forum posts and submissions to keep everyone up to date.
Your personal mobile app features your branding, imagery and colour scheme, matching perfectly with your Moodle platform’s theme.
Your organisation’s custom app will be available via the iOS and Android app stores, with single sign on using your Moodle credentials.
Managed hosting using enterprise-grade cloud infrastructure ensures that your app and any data stored and transferred is GDPR compliant.
Mobile access to Moodle allows your staff to make learning a part of their day-to day-work, accessing bite size resources as and when needed, referring to video or audio content to solve specific problems, or tracking and updating their progress towards qualifications or certifications related to their role.
“The team have been incredibly reliable and fantastic in supporting our staff during the development of the platform, and their professionalism and flexibility shone ”
– 1st4sport Qualifications
There are two ways to use Moodle via a smartphone (or tablet). The first is to use your mobile browser to navigate to your Moodle login page and access the site as you would on a desktop.
However, for a better user experience, and offline access to your Moodle account, you can download the Moodle app from the iOS or Android app stores and log in to your Moodle that way. This requires the administrator of your Moodle site to have enabled access through the app.
The Moodle Mobile app is a dedicated app, developed by Moodle HQ, which allows smartphone users to access their courses, training and messaging, even during periods when they are offline.
Once your Moodle site has app functionality enabled, all you need to do is download and install the Moodle Mobile App from the Google Play Store or Apple App Store, and then log in with your usual username and password. You’ll find all your content there, and it will sync automatically with your phone for offline availibility.
A free version of the Moodle app is available, and supports up to 2 offline courses per device, and push notifications for a maximum of 50 users.
For larger Moodle sites, there are a number of paid options available depending on the exact requirements, including a fully customisable and branded app. Get in touch to find out more.
To find out how Titus can get you up and running with your own branded Moodle Mobile App, get in touch.
Phuong holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and recently completed a master’s degree in Management and Marketing. Originally from Hanoi in Vietnam, Phuong has two years of marketing experience.
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Ellie was the first women to join Titus and since then has paved the way for many more. After studying for a degree in Fashion and Marketing Ellie was lucky enough to find herself at fashion weeks and photoshoots.
Now she’s switched from talk of front row to front end design and loves working with clients that have such a postive impact on the world. Her motto in life, ‘don’t sweat the small stuff’.
Callum was one of the first to join way back in 2016 as an apprentice whilst studying Customer Service. His first ever job, he quickly adapted and learned the ropes to become an integral part of the Titus team.
After missing out on the chance to go to University initially, Titus backed him to enrol with the CIM and is now studying for a Level 6 Diploma in Professional Digital Marketing in his spare time.
Dec studied a degree in Journalism but found his passion in digital marketing. As well as eLearning, Dec has worked in marketing for one of the countries biggest retailers and within the property sector.
Outside work, Dec Co-founded a news publication where he’s collaborated with global brands like Uber, Amazon and the BooHoo as well as countless SMEs.