Film/Video

Adobe Fellows @ Berkeley: Creativity Across the Curriculum

How do we leverage creative tools to support teaching and learning in ways that foster public understanding, amplify diverse voices, and empower students?

Group shot of first cohort of Adobe Fellows, October 2018 

Film Resources for UC Berkeley Faculty and Students

October 22, 2019, 12:00pm

In this presentation, Gisèle Tanasse, Film Librarian and Director of the Media Resources Center, will describe the various resources available to faculty for delivering film or film clips to students, and Mark Kaiser, Associate Director of the Berkeley Language Center, will demonstrate the many improvements and new features in Lumière, the upgrade to the Library of Foreign Language Film Clips.

A light lunch will be served.

Registration is unavailable.

Immersive Education: Teaching With and About VR/AR

April 19, 2018, 3:00pm
As newer technologies such as virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) gain in popularity, how are they impacting teaching and learning in the classroom? What does it mean to teach with rather than just about VR and AR? Where and in what ways is VR/AR showing up on campus? This event is intended as an introduction to VR/AR and other immersive technologies on campus and in the classroom. All are welcome and no prior knowledge is required!
Registration is unavailable.

Designing Infographics: Strategies and Easy Steps for Creating Clear, Impactful Graphics and Charts

November 14, 2018, 2:30pm
Designing a good infographic is an art. But with a few basic tools and some background knowledge, anyone can create a visual that clearly communicates a message. In this hands-on workshop, led by Digital Learning Services Senior Visual Designer Robert Hold, you'll learn the elements of good information design and how to use tools from the Adobe Creative Suite to achieve your goals.
Registration is unavailable.

Color 101: Foundations and Easy Tips for Using Color Confidently in Your Content

November 7, 2018, 10:00am
Why do some color combinations seem to work better than others? What do certain colors communicate, and which color choices are accessible for multiple audiences? What's the difference between RGB, CYMK, and Spot colors--why do you need to know? Learn all this and more in this hands-on workshop led by Digital Learning Services Senior Visual Designer Robert Hold.
Registration is unavailable.

Creative Discovery Workshops

How can you incorporate creative projects and digital design tools into your courses, in ways that deepen student learning? This hands-on monthly workshop series, featuring experts from across campus, will address a wide variety of pedagogical and practical topics to help you get started and go further.

DIY Media

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

Consultations: AIS Consultation Calendar

Streaming Video

The Library has several tools to assist instructors with selecting videos, using clips, and making media accessible to students outside of class. 

More info: Library guide to video streaming and clipping for instructors and students

Consultations: Email