We’re Titus Learning, a certified Moodle Partner in the UK and Hong Kong, providing smartly tailored e-learning services for educational establishments and businesses around the world.
We handpick services to address specific Moodle requirements: whether that’s bespoke themes making Moodle effortless to use; integration with other systems to save valuable time; or custom development ensuring you get the perfect fit. And, of course, all of the above is paired with our unparalleled hosting, training and support services.
With clients ranging from schools and colleges to international organisations supporting 40,000+ users, and plenty in between, we’re perfectly placed to help a range of organisations meet their Moodle needs.
Titus Learning is headquartered, very appropriately, in Salts Mill in Saltaire, a UNESCO world heritage site in West Yorkshire in the UK. Originally built by entrepreneur, industrialist and philanthropist, Sir Titus Salt in 1853, the Mill was once a bustling hub for his textile empire.
Saltaire rapidly became known for enterprise, innovation and progressive education; all values we live by each and every day at Titus.
We’re always keen to hear from anyone who shares our passion for Moodle, and we look forward to meeting you during the Moodle Moot. If you’d like to book a specific meeting with us during the event, let us know here.
Otherwise, feel free to get in touch using the details below, or drop by the office if you’re ever in Saltaire.
Professional development via Moodle at Nord Anglia Education
Engaging staff and inspiring students at Dulwich College International
Improving communication between staff and parents at Guiseley School
Marcus Green, senior Moodle developer at Titus Learning, will deliver the following sessions:
Automated & Peer Assessment: Let the students do some marking!
As the author of the popular “Gapfill” question type plugin for Moodle, Marcus has a wealth of experience in utilising and adapting quizzes within Moodle.
He explains how Moodle can support automated and peer assessment with benefits to teachers and students alike. The session will cover:
- Perception of “marking” as an activity from the student vs teacher perspective
- Learning styles and how this informs marking schemes
- Automated quizzes, question types and behaviours
- Examples of core and third party solutions to automate marking in Moodle
- The power of peer assessment
Nord Anglia University case study: More visual, more social, more educational
Titus Learning worked with Nord Anglia Education to provide a bespoke Moodle platform with a wealth of innovative new functionality, including:
- Customisation of the media gallery plugin
- A new, highly visual dashboard with at a glance access to key user data
- An events tool which allows scheduling and management of online seminars
- A content tagging and streaming interface
- A media driven social sharing environment
We’ll also be taking part in the Dr Moodle panel discussion on the afternoon of the 27th – hope to see you there!