Digital Learning Initiative

What is the Digital Learning Initiative?

The Digital Learning Initiative (DLI) brings to UC Berkeley expertise in digital pedagogy, content, and learning analytics. By empowering faculty in the creation and analysis of digital content for learning and teaching, the Digital Learning Initiative answers the call of the campus strategic plan to make greater use of technology as a tool to expand access and improve the quality and relevance of instruction. Learn more in the About section of this website.

As part of this initiative, Berkeley Digital Learning Services (DLS, formerly BRCOE) is now offering a Digital Learning Innovation Grant. The grants will provide support to faculty interested in implementing digital learning activities and content in their in-person course curriculum. Grant awards are in the form of time and talent from digital learning and digital media experts at DLS, who will assist faculty with their pedagogical, design and production needs.

Call for Proposals is open through June 2019. Awards will be delivered on a rolling basis or until annual resource allocations are depleted. Learn about the grant details.

Digital Learning at Berkeley

Professor Taylor's History of the Modern Civil Rights Movement

Professor Taylor's History of the Modern Civil Rights Movement

Professor Presti holds a brain while being filmed in a production studio

Professor Presti's Brain, Mind and Behavior

two professors and a director stand in front of a green screen in a studio

Professors Keltner and Simon-Thomas's Science of Happiness at Work

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Professor Small's Race, Class and Gender

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Professor Rasmussen de Vasquez's Food, Culture and the Environment