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About bSpace

bSpace is a web-based communication and collaboration environment powered by the Sakai community. bSpace supports teaching and learning, committee-based projects, and research initiatives for the UC Berkeley community.  Using a supported web browser, users may choose from the many tools in bSpace and combine them to create a site that meets their needs.
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Recent bSpace Articles

Posted February 20, 2015 | Article

We’re excited to announce new features, updates, and bug fixes to bCourses, including Project Site creation for staff and faculty (no need to submit a request!), an improvement in the Gradebook layout, showing the dates and times of delayed Announcements, and more.

Posted October 27, 2014 | Article

The Learning Management System Replacement Project will reach two important milestones in the next few days with changes to both bSpace and bCourses which will impact the campus community.

Posted August 18, 2014 | Article

ETS is excited for the Fall 2014 semester. Our service teams have been working throughout the summer to prepare for new students, new technologies, and ways to enhance teaching and learning on campus.

Posted August 12, 2014 | Article

During the Spring and Summer 2014 terms, the bCourses team in Educational Technology Services (ETS) has been working diligently to assist campus with the new functionality and features of bCourses.

Posted August 15, 2013 | Article

As Fall semester gets underway, we'd like all of our users to review this list of tips and answers to commonly asked questions. Doing so might very well address your question and save you time. Thank you.

Posted August 8, 2013 | Article

In order to ensure bSpace's stability for the next two years and to take advantage of new features developed by the Sakai community, ETS recently completed an update to bSpace. This update to Sakai 2.9 is part of a two-year project currently underway, aimed at improving the teaching and learning capabilities of the campus' LMS. You can read more about the LMS project here.

Posted June 13, 2013 | Article

In late May, ETS kicked off its Summer Canvas pilot with three instructors from the Law School, and Art History and Sociology, who bring a diverse set of needs to the Canvas platform. The purpose of the pilot, which is part of the larger LMS replacement project, is to determine whether the Canvas LMS can meet our criteria for replacing bSpace and for meeting the teaching needs of the campus. This pilot includes a total of five departments and about 300 students.