Information Services Division


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, Office 365, programming, desktop applications, and more. We also offer individual support through our drop ins and online learning opportunities.

What support is available to help me develop my digital skills at UCL?

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Digital Skills Training Courses

We offer face to face and online training courses on everything from Microsoft Excel to specific software and programming.

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Digital Skills Support

We have a range of support available to help with individual training needs.

Digital Skills Discovery Tool

Discover your Digital

Digital skills are essential for all of us to be effective in work, education and society. The Discovery Tool can help you identify your skills and explore ways to improve them.

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Students: Digital tools and services at UCL

Find out about the digital tools you will need and the services you will encounter whilst studying here.
Take the Digital Education at UCL course

Unsure what skills you will need? Our short course introduces you to the essential digital skills for your studies.
Take the Digital Skills Awareness course

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DigiLearn Online

A library of online videos covering IT essentials. Topics include remote connectivity, data storage essentials, Microsoft Office 365 applications, and much more.

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LinkedIn Learning

A vast library of high-quality video tutorials on a wide range of topics including technical, business and creative skills. 


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Course materials

You can access the materials you need both to prepare for and during the course by logging in to Moodle.

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Other learning opportunities

Further information on learning and support opportunities available to you can be found here.

Want to hear first about upcoming dates? Enrol on our Moodle course to receive occasional updates from the team or subscribe to the Digital Education blog.

If you have accessibility requirements or a disability you can contact the Digital Accessibility Hub who can arrange for an assessment of your needs and a programme of training.