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Planning programmes, modules & short courses

A list of links to internal and external resources to help you plan programmes & modules.

Resources

Academic Manual

The UCL Academic Manual brings together all the academic regulations, policies and procedures applicable to all UCL taught and research students. It should be read alongside local regulations and the Scheme of Award for each programme, available from programme and departmental websites and Moodle pages.

Connected Curriculum

Our framework for research-based education at UCL. Explore the six dimensions and get tips and advice on how to further enhance your programmes of study. 

Developing short courses and continuing professional development (CPD)

A wealth of resources and support for staff who are developing a variety of short courses for external audiences that provide professional or personal development.

Digital Media Service

The team can support you by providing design, photographic, digitisation and video production for use in teaching and learning at competitive rates.  

Liberating the Curriculum

A UCL initiative to challenge traditional Eurocentric, male dominated curricula and to ensure the work of marginalised scholars on race, sexuality, gender and disability are fairly represented in curricula.

Library services

UCL Libraries offer a wide range of services to support your teaching activities. Dedicated subject specialists are the first point of contact for departmental and faculty staff.

Library copyright advice

Copyright plays a vital role in the use of materials to support teaching and learning. You must consider copyright issues before reusing other people’s material in the classroom or within Moodle.

Open Educational Resources (OER)

Open educational resources (OER) can be anything from complete courses to recorded lectures, essay questions, discussion topics or reading lists.

Toolkits

Digital education toolkit

Digital technologies can enhance the student experience by providing a varied, flexible and supportive environment to enhance learning.

Module design toolkit

Module design is about selecting and ordering the types of learning activities that students will undertake to achieve the module outcomes.

Programme design toolkit

Good programme design means always thinking about the student experience and what you want students to be able to do by the end of the course. Well-designed programmes combine learning and assessment in a logical, coherent structure.