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"Teaching takes place as students handle collections, work in labs, engage in fieldwork and argue a position in a seminar."
Dr Bill Sillar, Institute of Archaeology
- Lecturecast: A system for recording lectures and events and making them available online
- Moodle: A virtual learning environment which enhances teaching by allowing staff to create their courses online
- Electronic voting systems: Teaching tools to establish students' knowledge and opinions
- E-Learning Environments (ELE): Supporting staff and students at UCL to use technology to enhance teaching and learning
- E-Learning Strategy 2012-2015
ReadingLists@UCL provides students with an online version of their reading list, ensuring they have quick and easy access to course readings. Teaching staff can create and update their reading lists whenever they want to, wherever they are.
You can learn how to set up a reading list and obtain further guidance, including how to link it to Moodle, on the Library Services website.
In addition, Library Services’ Teaching and Learning Support Section (TLSS) is offering a drop-in service where you will be shown how to set up a reading list on the spot as well as being given access and a brief orientation. No appointment is necessary, just call by from 2-4pm weekdays at the 4th floor Office, DMS Watson building (Science library).
- Visit ReadingLists@UCL
- Find out more about ReadingLists@UCL
- Learn how to set up a reading list and link it to Moodle
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