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Digital Skills Development

Developing the digital skills of both staff and students to meet their academic, professional and personal needs. We offer face-to-face training in areas such as data analysis, programming, desktop applications, UCL business systems and more. We also offer individual support through our drop ins and online learning opportunities.


Face-to-face sessions suspended

All Digital Skills Development face-to-face sessions have been suspended in line with UCL's decision to end face-to-face teaching in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak. We are currently working on developing remote sessions to support you with your digital skills. In the meantime, guidance and support is available to assist staff in maintaining teaching continuity and to support students with continuing to learn remotely.

Don't forget that you can continue to use LinkedIn Learning, which has excellent resources, not just to develop your digital skills, but also to:

Digital Learning at UCL

New to UCL?  Find out about the digital tools you will need and the services you will encounter while studying at UCL.  Find out how to access course materials, find lecture recordings, submit your assignments, check your emails and much more with this short Digital Learning at UCL Moodle course.

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If you've attended one of our courses, you should have been provided with a link to the evaluation form.  If not then please contact ISD Digital Skills Development Administration to obtain a link to an evaluation form.  

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