The University of London Computer Centre (ULCC) is a leading IT services provider, specialising in the academic and not-for-profit sectors.

Established in 1968 as a national supercomputing centre, ULCC has evolved into a highly respected and innovative brand within the academic and not-for-profit sector.

Since 2006, ULCC has been hosting and developing e-learning services using the leading Open Source software Moodle. We offer customisation of tools and technology for joined-up delivery and support of personalised learning, as well as engaging with the community to shape future developments.

e-ILP (Individual Learning Plan)

Since its initial release four years ago the plug-in has featured in the Top 10 downloads on Moodle.org and has been translated into six languages.

Benefits of the e-ILP module, like improved learner engagement, retention and achievement as well as cost savings associated with a well integrated IT solution, have since been frequently mentioned in Ofsted reports and JISC papers.

More information about the latest community version of ULCC’s e-ILP plug-in can be found online.

We are proud to exhibit at this year’s Ireland & UK MoodleMoot. Visit our stand to learn more about our Moodle hosting & development service and how we support more than 1 million students across 150 HE & FE institutions in the UK.