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"One of UCL's great strengths is the way in which excellence in research feeds into excellence in teaching and vice versa."
Dr Simon Banks, Department of Chemistry
Training and development
UCL is committed to investing in professional development, knowledge transfer and resources to help build a thriving workforce that actively pioneers innovative new approaches to teaching and learning.
Training is available to ensure that staff are at the forefront of
developments in the use of new technologies and teaching methods.
Departments and faculties are actively encouraged to use these new
skills to develop new approaches to the way that they teach and students
Supporting new teachers
Advice and support is in place to help those who are new to teaching develop the necessary skills and knowledge, particularly for those who are responsible for PhD and research students.
Centre for the Advancement of Learning and Teaching (CALT)
CALT provides individuals and departments with training, advice, guidance and resources in order to enhance the excellent teaching being done around the university.
E-Learning Environments (ELE)
The role of ELE is to lead, support and promote the use of technology to enhance learning, teaching and the student experience. They run courses, workshops, masterclasses and briefings, and encourage and support formal and informal networks.
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