Teaching & Learning Portal


Teaching and learning at UCL


Welcome to the UCL Teaching and Learning Portal

Showcasing the best of teaching and learning at UCL

The expertise and talents of more than 6,000 academic and research staff working at the highest levels in their fields have enabled UCL to flourish as a world-class university, with 29 Nobel prize-winners and countless inventions that have changed the world.

This portal provides UCL staff with the latest guidance, resources and case studies showcasing work going on around the university to enable all academic staff to inspire and motivate students through their teaching.

Staff can access support and advice on course development and teaching from colleagues across UCL.

Latest Guides & Case Studies

The benefits of lending iPads to students in the UCL School of Pharmacy

The UCL School of Pharmacy’s iPad lending scheme has allowed staff to ask students more challenging questions and has helped students make the most of classes, labs and workshops. A recent Internal Quality Review (IQR) report highlighted the scheme as an example of ‘good practice’.

Published: May 17, 2016 3:08:50 PM

Trialling the My Feedback report at UCL

At this year’s Teaching and Learning Conference, Jessica Gramp (UCL Digital Education) told delegates about a trial of a new Moodle plugin, being developed by ISD, which allows students, their tutors and their personal tutors to view feedback and grades more quickly and in one place.

Published: May 17, 2016 2:38:50 PM

Helping students to understand plagiarism

Nicole Brown and Rosalind Janssen (UCL Institute of Education) have created an interactive three hour workshop to explore what plagiarism is, what the consequences are and how students can test their own work before submission.

Published: Apr 27, 2016 1:44:06 PM

Q & A with...

Jenni Bozec

Marketing and Communications Coordinator (UCL Life Learning)

The team supports UCL staff with advice, best practice guidance and practical help on short courses and continuing professional development (CPD).

Five things to know about the 2016 Global Citizenship Programme

For two weeks after summer exams, we provide a range of opportunities to help UCL students boost their studies, enhance their future and make an impact on the world. So what's new this year?

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