Online workshops, step-by-step guidance, video training and a practice environment to help staff use the full functionality of the AssessmentUCL platform.
A range of training options are available to help staff become confident using the AssessmentUCL platform. You can also consult with your Digital Assessment Advisor for guidance specific to your discipline and department.
How your Digital Assesment Advisor can help
Digital Assessment Advisors work with departments to understand their assessment requirement, determine the most appropriate assessment type and advise on how to correctly set up assessments to get the most from AssessmentUCL platform.
If you would like to find out more, please contact the Digital Assessment Advisor for your faculty or email the ISD.Digital Assessment Advisory inbox with your query.
Your named faculty contacts are listed below.
Faculty Digital Assessment Advisors
- Head of Digital Assessment – Anisa Patel
- Social and Historical Sciences – Eliot Hoving
- Arts and Humanities – Eliot Hoving
- Laws – Lene Marie Kjems
- IOE – Lene Marie Kjems
- Mathematics and Physical Sciences – Marieke Guy / Richard Osborne
- Life Sciences – Marieke Guy
- Bartlett – Eliot Hoving
- Population Health Sciences – Marieke Guy
- Medical Sciences – Isobel Bowditch
- Engineering – Isobel Bowditch
- Brain Sciences – Isobel Bowditch
The Digital Assessment Team hold a weekly drop-in session each Tuesday, 2pm. Bring along your assessment questions for immediate support - no issue too big or too small!
View the joining link on the AssessmentUCL Resource Centre [UCL login required]. No booking necessary.
Authoring assessments on AssessmentUCL
A demo and Q&A session for all staff responsible for uploading and entering academic related content into the platform.
Managing assessments on AssessmentUCL
A hands on session for all staff responsible for administering an assessment on AssessmentUCL including key tasks like releasing an assessment, allocating markers and releasing feedback to students.
Marking and feedback on AssessmentUCL
Explore all the options available for marking exams and other assessments on AssessmentUCL, including annotations, rubrics, marking by question or section, and possible workflows for first and second marking. The session will also provide an overview of how to reconcile, moderate and review marking.
Rubrics: removing the glitch in the assessment matrix?
Rubrics bring together criteria, grades and feedback into a single scoring matrix. This session will explore how to design a good rubric and the benefits and potential challenges of using rubrics in assessments.
Multiple Choice Questions: improving assessment decisions
Explore the benefits and challenges of using MCQs in both formative and summative assessment, and get practical guidance on designing good MCQs in AssessmentUCL.
Managing Centrally Managed Assessments on AssessmentUCL (For Exam Liaison Officers and Teaching Administrators)
A demo and Q&A session for Exam Liaison Officers and Teaching Administrators supporting centrally managed assessments on AssessmentUCL. Key areas covered include UCL's Assessment Operating Model, upload of papers (optional), allocating markers, monitoring students and grade exporting.
The AssessmentUCL Resource Centre is your one-stop-shop for all staff-facing guides on how to use the AssessmentUCL platform.
Video recordings of previous training sessions are also available on the AssessmentUCL Resource Centre.
Practice AssessmentUCL environment
You can create and mark example assessments in the Assessment UCL test environment.
To login, click the link above, select edugain and enter your standard UCL credentials.