Professor Ula Taylor's course History of the Civil Rights Movement

Professor Taylor, History of the Civil Rights Movement

Professor David Presti recording a lecture for Brain, Mind and Behavior

Professor Presti, Brain, Mind and Behavior

Professor Stephen Small's course Race, Class and Gender

Professor Small, Race, Class and Gender

Joseph Kearns presenting on accessibility at the Adobe Fellows meeting.

DLS presentation for the Adobe Fellows faculty cohort.

Professor Kristen Rasmussen de Vasquez interviewing Philip Stark.

Professor Rasmussen de Vasquez, Food, Culture and the Environment

DLS recording student interviews in Sproul Plaza.

DLS recording student interviews in Sproul Plaza.

Digital Learning Services (DLS) provides course design services and consultations to Berkeley instructors in support of their pursuit of effective teaching and learning using digital tools in face-to-face, blended and fully online courses.  The Instructional Design & Media (IDM) services include digital learning design, online program design, online learning strategies, and digital content development. DLS developed the Core Template in bCourses as well as the Remote Instruction Guide to help instructors create accessible, organized and pedagocially sound digital content in bCourses.  Be sure to check out Semester in the Cloud program to learn more how DLS supported students and instructors in the largest courses during the pandemic and remote instruction.