Information Services Division


UCL Staff survey: Accessibility of UCL digital services

Please complete this short survey if you are UCL staff and are disabled or have a condition that means you experience barriers when accessing or using UCL digital services.

UCL is working to make our digital services more accessible. By completing this survey you will help us understand which are presenting the biggest challenges for disabled staff in UCL.


This is an anonymous survey, so you will not be asked to identify yourself. Your response will be viewed only by the Digital Accessibility project team. If your response risks identifying you then the relevant information will be removed.


  1. Please think about the various UCL digital services which you use in your work, and which of these present the greatest difficulties for you to access or use. These might be websites, booking systems, desktop or mobile applications, databases or collaboration tools. You may be using these in your teaching and learning, research, library usage, administration, communications, collaboration or other work activities.
  2. Choose one or more services that have the biggest impact on you in your work at UCL.
  3. Complete the Digital Accessibility staff survey. When you’ve finished answering for one service you will be able to repeat the survey for further services. You do this by clicking the ‘Submit another response’ button which appears at the end.
  4. If you would be happy to be interviewed or to take part in a small group discussion to explore the issues further then please email the Digital Accessibility project team.

Thank you for your responses which will help us make our key systems more accessible.