Here are some resources you may find useful in your teaching. We plan to include resources for teaching and learning in the following areas:

  • Accessibility;
  • Diversifying the curriculum;
  • Online learning tools;
  • Online learning resources.


  • 10 Easy Ways to Make More Accessible Documents
    Today is Global Accessibility Awareness Day, so it’s fitting for me to release this checklist on 10 easy things you can do now, to make the documents and web pages more accessible.
  • Accessible Moodle blog posts
    UCL staff from Digital Education Advisory and the Disability Services teams looked at how to improve the accessibility of UCL Moodle for those with disabilities, which will benefit all users. Information from two focus groups, one with students and one with staff, highlighted a number of concerns, which the Accessible Moodle project aimed to address.

Online Learning tools and resources

  • Learning Technologies for particular types of learning
    You can browse or search these learning technology tools for ideas on what tools to use for your online teaching for each of the 6 learning types from Diana Laurillard’s Conversational Framework.
  • Learning resources by education level
    You can browse or search these resources for ideas on how to teach using technology within the preschool, primary, secondary, higher education and life long learning sectors.