Welcome to the UCL Teaching and Learning Portal
Showcasing the best of teaching and learning at UCL
The expertise and talents of more than 4,000 academic and research staff working at the highest levels in their fields have enabled UCL to flourish as a world-class university, producing 21 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 real 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.
Moderating an online forum can provide your students with an inclusive digital space for them to share their ideas with one another. Steve Rowett and Jessica Gramp, part of the UCL E-learning Environments team, discuss ways to facilitate this.
Published: Jun 26, 2015 12:32:09 PM
Dr Kerstin Sailer (UCL Bartlett School of Architecture), winner of an Individual Teaching Award at this year's Provost's Teaching Awards, discusses how her students have benefitted from hands-on teaching and learning by visiting specific buildings and writing a weekly blog.
Published: Jun 23, 2015 4:30:54 PM
UCL Centre for Translation Studies (CenTraS) ran an event for 36 postgraduate translation studies students, all new to editing Wikipedia, to learn how to contribute to the online encyclopedia anyone can edit. Co-organiser Dr Mira Vogel discusses its success.
Published: Jun 22, 2015 1:26:29 PM
An inclusive and socially responsible curriculum: putting Global Citizenship at the heart of your degree
Dr Doug Bourn (UCL Institute of Education) discusses how global
citizenship themes can assist staff to reflect the diverse needs of their
students and to promote a good sense of global social responsibility.
Published: Jun 16, 2015 9:40:17 AM
Q & A
5 ways to share your UCL experience with us
This summer, UCL staff and students are invited
to share their thoughts on teaching and learning to
help us shape the future of education at UCL.