Accessibility of the Digital Environment

Information about the digital environment at UCL, covering e-learning, web accessibility, assistive software and more.

UCL strives to achieve Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1. (AA standard).

The aim of this page is to give you the tools and information to enable you to maximise your experience of our site.

Please give us feedback on how accessible our websites are for you, so that we can keep improving them. You can contact the UCL service desk with any accessibility issues you encounter on UCL websites. 


COVID Lockdown - resources to help you access your work during this time.

Modify your computer, and web browser

Networked assistive software

Moodle accessibility

Other Guides including Teams, Alternative Formats and Videos

Creating accessible content



Support available 

UCL students can contact the Student Support and Wellbeing team for further information about registering and the support available for disabled students at UCL. 

Registered disabled students can ask for accessible copies of documents from the UCL Library’s Teaching and Learning Services.  

UCL staff can contact their departmental DSE assessor for an assessment to ensure their work station is appropriate for their needs. For other information and guidance staff can also look at the following webpages.