Teaching Online 2021-22

The essential information for preparing and teaching the online elements of your course.

Essentials for 2021-22

We recommend prioritsing these three approaches for 2021-22 to provide your students with an inclusive online learning environment:

  1. Follow the Moodle Top Ten
  2. Plan some asynchronous learning activities
  3. Ensure your use of Moodle is digitally accessible

Moodle Sites 2021-22

Read Moodle Sites 2021-22 to find out.how to access and prepare your Moodle sites.

Assignment Submissions 2021-22

Assignments must be collected online wherever possible. See Assignment Submissions 2021-22 for details.

Support & Guidance

The UAL Teaching Online website provides guides for planning your online teaching and using UAL digital learning platforms.

Additional LCC Guidance on Moodle Top Ten, Asynchronous Learning Activities and Digital Accessibility.

Blend-it online resource

Participating in Blend-it: activating blended learning our LCC Moodle-based resource will develop your understanding of teaching online and provide practical guidance.

Workshops and training

Please contact the LCC Digital Learning team for ad-hoc training.

The Digital Learning Open Forum and Digital Pedagogy Reading Group run regularly. Sessions are advertised on this site in digital learning articles and in the Canvas LCC Events listing (Canvas login required).

A large programme of online workshops are offered during UAL Staff Development weeks: September, December, March & July. Recording of previous session are available on Digital learning development (Canvas login required).

Contact LCC Digital Learning team

See Contact Us if you have a question or would like some individual support as well as information about the team.

Last Reviewed: Friday 18th February, 2022.