Digital Learning is the use of digital platforms within teaching to improve the quality of students’ learning experience.
Teaching Online 2021-22
See Teaching Online 2021-22 for a summary of information related to teaching the online elements of your course during 2021-22.
UAL Digital Learning Platforms
All LCC courses use Moodle as the online home for teaching, including learning material, communication and assessment.
UAL’s other digital learning platforms can be used for a variety of learning activities: Collaborate Ultra (live sessions), Workflow (portfolios), MyBlog (blogs and websites), Panopto (video recordings), Padlet (virtual pinboard / canvas) and Microsoft Teams (live tutorials).
In addition, Miro and Mural have both been approved for use with students but are not directly supported by UAL.
See UAL Teaching Online for general information and guides on using our digital learning platforms.
Guidance, Training & Events
Online teaching is supported by digital learning specialists across the University:
- UAL Teaching Online website provides online guidance material for planning your online teaching and using UAL digital learning platforms
- Contact the LCC Digital Learning Team for guidance via email (LCCDigitalLearning@lcc.arts.ac.uk) or by posting a message in the Teaching @ LCC Microsoft Team.
- Contact UAL Digital Learning Support via MySupport for system and student data problems.
- Staff development sessions are offered online during Staff Development weeks (usually in September, January, March & July). See UAL Teaching Online.
- The LCC Digital Learning Open Forum and the LCC Digital Pedagogy Reading Group run regularly throughout the year.
Blend-it: activating blended learning (Moodle login required) is LCC’s online, asynchronous resource focused on understanding and developing blended learning approaches. All LCC staff have been enrolled on it. If you can’t access Blend-it please contact LCCDigitalLearning@lcc.arts.ac.uk.
- Students are supported by Course teams and from October 2021 by staff based in the Digital Space.
- There is a Studying Online page for students which includes some guides.
- The LCC Information Centre provide on-campus assistance with logging in to Moodle.
- Students should contact IT Services for problems with UAL accounts.
Digital Learning Strategy
LCC has a Digital Learning Strategy covering 2018-19 to 2021-22. See LCC Digital Learning Strategy for an overview and a link to the full strategy.
The strategy was published pre-pandemic and will be updated when the next University strategy is published.