Digital Learning Services provides a wide range of services in support teaching and learning, including the design, development, and production of digital strategies, activities, and content.
More info: Website
Training and support for creating accessible materials and using Ally within bCourses.
Schedule a consultation or attend a workshop.
Support, guidance, and tools are available to help faculty ensure that their course content is accessible to all students.
More info: Access content website and Introduction to Course Accessibility
Clickers (also known as classroom response systems) are devices that can be used to gather real-time feedback during class sessions.
More info: ETS Clickers page
Online help: Clickers Help Pages
Consultations: AIS Consultation Calendar
Check out the library workshops calendar for student and faculty learning opportunities related to library databases, citation management, digital scholarship tools, information evaluation, and more.
More info: Library events calendar
Subscribe: Library events newsletter sign-up form
The Library always welcomes faculty and other classroom instructors to request library instruction tailored to their courses and assignments.
More info: Library website and request forms
Students have free access to thousands of courses and online videos covering software, technology, and more from Lynda.com. You can link to Lynda videos in your bCourses!
More info: Add Lynda.com videos to bCourses
Access online trainings: Lynda.com portal
The Library can help teachers find, create and include accessible content for bCourses.
More info: Readings in bcourses
Librarians are available to help teach students to find relevant information, understand scholarly sources, and think critically about information.
More info: Library Website
Consultations: Visit a Librarian
Facilities enabling Berkeley instructors to create media content for online lectures, flipped classroom activities, blended learning materials, tutorial videos and more.
More info: DIY Media Website