Case study: University College London.

”Inkpath opened up new opportunities to build a central picture of all researcher development for the first time at UCL, and with it new insights as we reimagine researcher development for a new decade.” – Head of Innovation & Consultancy, University College London


University College London (UCL) is London’s leading multidisciplinary university, with more than 13,000 staff and 42,000 students from over 150 countries.

The challenge

The unprecedented shift to online learning in response to COVID-19 necessitated rapid, wider implementation of Inkpath at UCL. Inkpath rolled out a participation tracking solution scaled to all 12,000 of their research community, integrated with Single-Sign-On. Inkpath worked closely with the UCL team to understand their evolving needs, while evolving the Inkpath platform to meet them, through a tailored, innovative booking solution.

Fast implementation

Rapidly scaled and implemented to meet evolving needs, with new features developed and delivered to specification.

Automated participation tracking

Substantial time saving through automatic attendance logging and feedback collation via QR codes, used across all learning platforms, online and offline.

Unified catalogue

Seamless discovery and navigation of activities, unifying training provision across the institution.

Detailed reporting

Influenced strategic discussion and opened up opportunities across the wider UCL community for departmental engagement in researcher development.

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