Teaching & Learning Portal


Guides & case studies

In this section you can explore a selection of case studies demonstrating inspiring teaching practices and projects taking place around UCL. These have been categorised according to the area of teaching they best showcase (see the navigation menu to access these specific categories).

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Latest Guides & Case Studies

Using museum collections to improve the student experience

Dr Alice Stevenson (Curator, UCL Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology) explains how two undergraduate internships at one of the university’s museums have helped staff to explore how learners of any discipline might engage with object-based research and learning.

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’.

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.

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.

Helping students find modules

Jo Strange (UCL Brain Sciences) and Lucy Moss (Joint Faculty of Arts & Humanities and Social & Historical Sciences) share two examples of how UCL administrators help students through the often stressful task of registering themselves for modules in other departments.