Established in 1968 following recommendations of the Flower report, the University of London Computer Centre (ULCC) has evolved into a highly respected and innovative brand within the academic and not-for-profit sector. We now provide services to over 300 UK institutions and support over 2 million HE & FE students on our Hosted Moodle service.
Our Business Systems Team manages and supports a Shared Service based on UNIT4’s Agresso Campus Platform to allow UK education institutions to benefit from reduced upfront licensing and lower on-going IT infrastructure costs while capitalising on the economies of scale that come from sharing.
Our Desktop Support Team provides a Service Desk to all of ULCC’s 300 customers and ICT support to the University of London and some of its Societies and Associations. Services offered range from ICT review, hardware maintenance, print management and application support.
Our Infrastructure and Networking Team manages and supports the underlying IT infrastructure which provides cost effective and reliable IT services to over 300 customers within the UK education sector. We recently procured a second data centre to cope with increased demand as well as provide disaster recovery to a growing number of customers.
We have enjoyed continued growth since we first introduced our Hosted Moodle service in 2005. We now host and support Virtual Learning Environments for over 150 Higher and Further Education institutions across the UK, supporting in excess of 2 million students. We continue to work with strategic partners in mobile (campusM), repositories (Mahara, EQUELLA) and lecture capture (Echo360, Mediasite) allowing us to offer integrated learning technology solutions to the UK education sector.
We have a highly skilled team of specialists in Digital Archives and Repositories, with experience of many digital preservation projects in the government, education and cultural heritage sectors. Since 2005 we have run the highly-acclaimed and award-winning Digital Preservation Training Programme (DPTP) and have worked on a range of European and International projects.
The Research Excellence Framework (REF) drives the allocation of around £1.7 billion of public money for research each year. From...
ULCC will perform its annual black building test for the data centre on 10th November between 07:00 and 09:00. This forms part of...
ULCC are happy to annouce that we will be sponsoring the Association for Learning Technology Learning Technologist of the Year...
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