Tag: Moodle
18th March 2019, by , in e-Learning Events
In order to unlock truly effective e-learning, an organisation must be aware of how their platform is used and what they want to achieve. Knowing how users access their platform, which areas are most popular, which are most useful, and which users find most difficult is key to achieving this. Join us at 9 AM...
12th March 2019, by , in e-Learning Events
Titus Learning has again been shortlisted as an award finalist, this time at the ERA awards in the Exporter of the Year and Supplier of the Year categories. The Educational Resource Awards are now into their 19th consecutive year, and are there to highlight the incredible work that companies are doing to support education around...
7th March 2019, by , in e-Learning Events
Last year we announced our first ever Titus Learning Moodle conference, and we are now incredibly excited to announce the location and schedule for the event has officially been confirmed.  The event is aimed at anyone with an interest in Moodle and is set to take place on May 27th at Dulwich International High School, Suzhou.  The event...
31st January 2019, by , in Blog, Case Studies
The School of Research Science (SRS), Dubai was founded in 1998, and currently provides a high quality education to over 3,000 students from both local Emirati and non-Emirati families. Representatives from the school initially met with Titus Learning at the annual GESS conference in Dubai to discuss their plans for providing a best-in-class learning platform...
Arlo: Streamlining your training provision
21st January 2019, by , in Blog, e-Learning Advice
At Titus Learning we work with a range of partners to extend the capabilities of the bespoke Moodle platforms that we offer to both the education and business sectors. One such partner is Arlo, the global leading training management system for training providers. We’ve been working with Arlo for a while now, and as the...
5th January 2019, by , in Blog
It’s only really brought to our attention how much we have achieved when we have this opportunity to sit down and reflect over the past year. 2018 was an incredible year for all of us at Titus Learning, and it’s wouldn’t be possible without the incredible team that we have in-house, as well as the...
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...
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...
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...

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