Are you heading to OEB this year? If so, make sure to look out for the Titus team on the Moodle stand. This will be our first time at the event, and to say we’re excited would be an understatement (and that’s not just because of the chance to see the Berlin Christmas Markets).
If you haven’t yet made up your mind, there’s still a chance to get your ticket, so we wanted to tell you a bit about the conference, and why we’re so excited to attend.
The who, what, when and where?
For those familiar with The Learning Tech conference hosted annually at the Excel in London (which we exhibited at for the first time in 2019 and will be back in 2022), OEB can be best described as the smaller sister to it. But what OEB sacrifices in size, it by no means loses in content.
The theme for the conference is Learning Resilience. The timetable across the three days has multiple sessions, workshops and case studies talking around this, including topics such as the proof of the resilience of teachers and learners and cultures of successful collaboration.
Looking across the conference schedule, several sessions reach out to us particularly, including sessions on user-centred online learning and the benefits of L&D communities, which we’ve often written about (link here).
Beyond the session, we’re looking forward to networking with other eLearning professionals. Although the last couple of years have highlighted the sector’s strength and resilience, we’d be remiss if we didn’t say we’ve been waiting to attend a conference for a long time.
You can find more information about the event on their official site here. If you would like to arrange a meeting with one of the Titus team at the conference, please get in touch below.
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Super talented, unflappable and very funny, Phuong supports the whole marketing team in her role as Marketing Assistant. 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 is now based in the UK and climatising brilliantly to our weather and food.
Phuong owns a food review Instagram page as travelling and food are her passion. She also has a cute little french bulldog.
Ellie was the first woman to join Titus and has paved the way for many more since then. After studying for a degree in Fashion and Marketing, Ellie was lucky to find herself at fashion weeks and photoshoots.
Now she’s switched from talk of the front row to front end design and has brought loads of transferable knowledge to Titus. Ellie has also found a real passion for tech, especially in the learning sector, helping clients create positive change for their organisations.
As one of the youngest people at Titus but at the same time one of the oldest serving members of the team, Callum has graced Titus with his broad smile and positive attitude for over 5 years now. As a key member of the marketing team, Callum works across all areas, both on and offline, to ensure that all Titus brands and communication are on point.
After missing out on the opportunity to go to University the first time around, management encouraged him to enrol in our course alongside his work. He is now studying to achieve his Level 6 Diploma in Professional Digital Marketing.
Always bringing innovation and new ideas, Dec studied a degree in Journalism but found his passion in digital marketing. Dec has also 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 collaborated with global brands like Uber, Amazon, BooHoo and countless SMEs.