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IOE Staff Guide to Library & Archives: Training


You can take advantage of UCL Library training in a number of forms:


IOE Library Training & UCL Support

Librarians at the IOE can offer training in or outside the library on a variety of topics (literature searching, referencing, social media, etc.). 

Types of Library training include:

  • Group training: tutors can book library sessions for their groups.

  • Individual training: students and staff can book individual, one-to-one appointments.

All booking enquiries can be emailed to

IOE IT Training

Computer training sessions are offered on a termly basis. The training programme is designed to support students and staff in the use of emerging technologies to create digitally literate educational practitioners and professionals. It offers:

  • Hands-on workshops and demonstration sessions, in a wide range of applications and tools.

  • Courses include: Endnote, WordPress for blogging, Twitter, XMnd, screencasting, iPad apps, Prezi, Evernote and OneNote (digital notebooks), Apple Mac applications, Office applications and more.

The training programme schedules, links to software guides and news of other training related issues are available from the IT Training page.

For regular updates on computer training, join the 'Computer Training Updates and News' list by contacting the IT Training Analyst at

For essential information about IT at UCL for new students, watch the video below. 

For more information, visit the ISD page IT essentials for new students.  

IOE Endnote Training & Support

The IOE, UCL Libraries and Clarivate all offer a range of Endnote support.

LinkedIn Learning

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LinkedIn Learning (previously provides online learning courses and videos, for a range of needs including education. 

Access the platform via the UCL Databases list.

UCL Drop-ins


You are welcome to attend ISD's drop-in sessions where an IT trainer will be able to offer guidance and answer any specific queries you might have (e.g. Endnote).

The drop-ins take place on Wednesdays (2pm-4pm) in Room G15, DMS Watson.  No appointments are taken so you are encouraged to arrive early.

You can find more information on the ISD Drop in sessions page.


Academic Writing Centre & UCL Teaching Toolkit

The Academic Writing Centre supports both home and international IOE students in a variety of ways:

  • short courses.

  • one-to-one tutorials.

  • Skype tutorials.

  • phone tutorials.