• Welcome to Learn
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  • Learn Upgrade - Monday 1 December.

    Learn will soon be upgraded from version 2.4 to version 2.7, as part of a regular programme of updates. This upgrade will make some changes to the look of Learn and will provide the ability to display nicely on mobile devices. There are several small tweaks to features, but none will change the way that Learn behaves for staff and students. Existing courses will not alter in their layout, and enrolments will carry on as usual.

    The upgrade date is set for Monday 1 December, subject to ongoing setup and testing. During the upgrade there will be a scheduled outage of Learn, the length of which is still to be confirmed. We are aware that Summer School activities may be disrupted by this upgrade, and we will be posting regular updates on Learn and through Intercom as the change approaches.

  • staff information

    For staff support, visit Learn "How To"

    This course provides Learn self-help resources for staff. Click here to enter the course. 
    For m
    ore E-Learning Help: Learn Support 


  • Students - need help?emoticon

    Check out the Learn - Help for Students course for advice. 

    Feeling stressed about assessment? Remember to click on the UC Skills button (to the right) for lots of online academic skills help. 


  • lens Lecture recordings

    There are two different methods for lecture recording currently in use at UC: Echo Lecture Capture and manual recording. Information about how to access and use the Echo 360 lecture recordings can be found in this Student Guide to Echo Recordings.  Information about the manually recorded lectures that use QuickTime can be found on the Learn Student Help page.


  • Adding Course MaterialsBooks picture

    The add “Course Materials” (formerly called “Course Reading”) feature in Learn has been updated. When you upload a PDF file you will be asked for bibliographic information for copyright purposes. Don’t forget to link to PDF files from Library electronic resources, rather than downloading them.

    You will find further help by: