Section 5: Keeping in contact
5.Keeping in contact
Details of how UCL and the department will communicate with students through their studies (Central and Local.)
UCL will communicate with students via:
- UCL student email – Students should check their UCL email regularly.
- UCL Moodle – UCL's online learning space, used by module organisers, programme leaders, departments and faculties to provide essential information in addition to learning resource.
- myUCL – A weekly term-time e-newsletter to all students (undergraduate and postgraduate) at UCL, which covers key internal announcements, events and opportunities.
- UCL Instagram – UCL’s official Instagram channel, featuring news, events, competitions and images from across the UCL community.
- @ucl Twitter channel – Sharing highlights of life at UCL from across UCL’s diverse community.
- Unitu – A tool that enables students to communicate with their Student Academic Representatives, submit and vote on issues and ideas, and raise topics for discussion. Where appropriate, the department will provide feedback on the actions it has taken to address the issues raised.
Students must check their UCL email account on a regular basis as a condition of their registration with the University. Important instructions, including those regarding examination entry and module registration, plus other essential Departmental and UCL information, will be circulated via your email. It is students’ responsibility to ensure that they check their email account regularly and respond to messages as appropriate by the given deadline.
Access to email and other UCL services depends on having a working UCL account. Current UCL policy requires passwords to be changed regularly and students need to pay attention to this. The ISD Helpdesk in the UCL DMS Watson Science Library can provide support for account related issues.
5.2Computer Science comminucations
5.2.1Email and Moodle
Students will recieve the vast majority of important correspondence via their UCL email account and through Moodle.
The department aims to keep duplicated and general circulars to a minimum; access to large mailing lists is restricted to ensure that students are do not recieve the same message multiple times. However, there will always be some emails that do not apply to all students and some overlap in communications. We ask that students check their emails daily and act promptly in response to any requests made.
Computer Science is active on the following social media channels:
- Computer Science Twitter
- Computer Science Facebook
- Computer Science YouTube
- Computer Science LinkedIn