Tag: VLE
3rd December 2015, by , in Blog
This month we’re running the first free Moodle webinar in a new series aimed at teachers using the platform. The webinars are designed to help you gain a better understanding of Moodle, and learn some tips and tricks along the way to help you save time and deliver outstanding e-learning. The first session will address the...
25th November 2015, by , in Blog
If you’re a Moodle user, communication will be at the heart of teaching, learning and the basis of a strong school community; particularly if you use EduLink, with the built in Communicator app, which takes parent-student-school communication one step further. EduLink allows easy access to your school’s MIS system. Currently it’s available for users of...
18th November 2015, by , in Blog
This week, a press release from Moodle HQ announced the release of the hotly anticipated Moodle 3.0, the first major version upgrade to the platform since Moodle 2.0 was launched almost exactly five years ago. Here at Titus, we’re busy testing the new release, with a view to upgrading our clients’ learning platforms at the...
17th November 2015, by , in Blog
‘Video Killed The Radio Star,’ sang The Buggles in 1979. Actually, video has done more than that in the 36 years since. Video is probably at least partly responsible for the decline in the sales of books, magazines and newspapers. It’s probably threatened to kill cinema once or twice as well. But since 1979 video...
3rd November 2015, by , in Blog
The real benefit of an Academy Trust learning platform is to allow schools to come together and support each other; whether that’s by exchanging resources, sharing facilities or collaborating on initiatives. In the UK, Academy Trusts – or Academy Groups as they’re also known – are one or more self-governed schools, and where there is...
21st September 2015, by , in Blog
A recent global study by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development has suggested that schools’ investment in classroom technology may not have the positive effect on results that many institutions had hoped for. The report concluded that education systems which had invested in technology in the classroom on a large scale had not seen...
10th September 2015, by , in Blog
We’re very fortunate to have our third guest blog contributed by John Mikton. With 20 years’ experience working in Education Technology and 10 years as a Senior Leadership Team member in International Schools, John is perfectly placed to comment on all things EdTech. John is currently the Director of eLearning at the Inter Community School...
25th August 2015, by , in Blog
Recently, we talked about how Moodle brings great benefits to not just students, but teachers too. Implementing a VLE can bring massive advantages for both teacher and learner – but used to its full capacity, your learning platform can bring the wider school community together in one place too. In a slightly sad, but ultimately...
17th August 2015, by , in Blog
The chances are you’ll have heard of the term ‘gamification’ by now. The art of applying games-based elements to teaching; it was the educational technology buzzword of 2012 – and saw teachers both dive in with joy, and groan at the thought of games in the classroom, in equal measure. But with 5 million people...
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7th August 2015, by , in Blog
Over the past 15 or 20 years, we’ve watched as the Internet has made the world a smaller place. There’s no reason to have to wait days or weeks for information or correspondence. In fact – there’s no reason to have to wait minutes any longer. The world wide web has provided us with the...

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