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Learning & Teaching

Learn how to enhance your teaching and learning with technology and take advantage of the many services offered by the Digital Education team.

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Learning & Teaching Services

Discover the wealth of services that support learning and teaching including Digital Education training, Digital Skills Development, the Connected Learning Baseline and ABC curriculum design.  You can also find out about AV in teaching spaces and computers and other equipment that are available.

Education planning 2021-22

Find out how we are preparing to deliver an excellent and distinctive education to all UCL students in the next academic session. View guidance for developing online teaching, attend Town Halls on key themes and explore Teaching & Learning case studies.

Connected Learning at UCL student course

At UCL, education is about making connections. This course explores our approach to learning this year and looks at how you can become a successful Connected Learner. Find out more about the course.

Explore Learning & Teaching Tools

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Moodle is an online Learning Environment. It's easy to use and has a number of innovative tools that make it an excellent environment for creating courses.

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Lecturecast is a tool for scheduling, recording and streaming lectures. The video platform designed to foster active, engaged, and personalised video-based learning.

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Digital assessment

Learn about online exams and quizzes, Turnitin text-matching software and Moodle assignments

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Blogging and portfolio tools

UCL have several tools including Reflect and MyPortfolio which support blogging or setting up a personal learning environment.

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Live teaching tools

Zoom enables you to run web-based sessions with your students using audio, virtual whiteboards, screen sharing, text chat and video. MS Teams is just as useful, but better for smaller 1-2-1 sessions. For 2021/22 we have added the ability to stream lectures using Lecturecast Live

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Interactive tools

More collaborative software tools are also supported by UCL, including Mentimeter (interactive polling and presentations) and Opinio (surveys).

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UCL Wiki

Wikis provide a simple, intuitive way of creating group-authored webpages, such as Wikipedia-style repositories of knowledge. They are useful for collaborative projects and make it easy to share information. You can view changes made by different users or rollback to previous versions.

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Educational Media applications and services

Alongside Lecturecast there are many educational media applications and services which support learning and teaching, these include Mediacentral, Imagestore, LIve Streaming, Video Production, Podcasting, Digitisation, Poster Production and our new Mediapod and Media Loan services.

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