Teaching & Learning


Initiatives and resources supporting the objectives of UCL's Education Strategy 2016-21


Teaching resources

From teaching toolkits to website links, this section contains a useful bank of resources covering all aspects of teaching for staff involved in any part of the student learning experience.
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Teaching toolkits

Access resources for teaching on a variety of topics from curriculum design to assessment and feedback. Useful links and guides created by the UCL Arena Centre for Research-based Education.


Online teaching

Guidance, tips and platforms for implementing UCL's Connected Learning approach. 

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Programme design

Arena's ‘Programme design’ workshop supports teams to revaluate their existing programme offer or to develop the design of a new programme in preparation for the formal approval process.

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Personal tutoring

UCL's approach to personal tutoring with useful resources and links for staff.

Several different education brochures available for UCL staff and students

Teaching and learning resources for departments

Download or order hard copies of a variety of resources related to education at UCL for you or your students.

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Unitu student voice platform

An online platform to help departments and student reps to collect and analyse student feedback in real time, to enable faster improvements to the student experience.

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Virtual common rooms

Using globally accessible technologies to facilitate social interaction among UCL students, wherever they are based. 

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Online Student Evaluation Questionnaires (SEQs)

Ensuring all departments have access to an online Student Evaluation Questionnaire (SEQ) tool for module evaluation. 

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Digital Education tools

Technology enhances your teaching. Take a look at the range of tools available at UCL and the support to maximise their potential.


Community Engaged Learning (CEL)

Experiential learning where students collaborate with external partners to address real-world challenges as part of their assignments and research.