Kaltura is a web-based video management platform that allows for the upload, editing, managing and sharing of videos and other media. Kaltura can be accessed from bCourses (Canvas).

Frequently Asked Questions about the Zoom to Kaltura integration

On January 6, 2021, the Zoom to Kaltura integration began operating, automatically copying all UC Berkeley Zoom Cloud recordings (recorded on January 6 at 8 am or later) to Kaltura, Berkeley's video management platform.

If you have a question about this integration, please check below to see if it's answered on this page. If not, send email to kalturahelp@berkeley.edu

Course Design Tools

Course Design Tools provides instructors with resources to develop pedagogically sound remote courses. This service includes the DLS Core Template, developed by Digital Learning Services using bCourses’ built-in course construction and management tools.

Changes to Turnitin Academic Integrity Service

April 26, 2021

In-between Spring and Summer instruction, we will upgrade the Turnitin academic integrity integration available inside bCourses: On May 23rd, we will enable a new Turnitin integration, and turn off the legacy integration. 


Turnitin Similarity Reports generated before 5/23/21 will no longer be accessible by instructors in bCourses after that date.


Use a Course Map to Design Your Course

Use a Course Map to Design Your Course

Translating your in-person course to a remote instruction format can be a daunting task, and planning ahead is key. Consider using a Course Map to begin designing your course. DLS uses this tool when working with instructors who are developing fully online courses for the first time, and it can be useful for instructors preparing to teach remotely, as well. 

Update the Homepage Navigation Bar

Update the Homepage Navigation Bar

Including a navigation bar on the homepage of your course will ensure that students have access to all of the content in an easy-to-navigate way. They won’t have to waste time digging through files or scrolling through lists and are less likely to get lost searching for key resources when these items are included in the navigation bar.

Import Content from a Previous Course

Import Content from a Previous Course

In addition to using the DLS Core Template, in bCourses you can import content such as assignments, modules, pages, and discussions from previous courses using the Course Import tool. This is a quick way to transfer previously created content into your new course site to compliment the template resources.

Please take note of the following:

Updated Zoom Integration Available for Fall 2020

August 7, 2020

Screenshot of bCourses/Canvas Zoom Integration

Updated Zoom Integration to be Released August 15th, 2020