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The EEE Toolbox

EEE is UCI's course management system and your gateway to a variety of instructional technology tools.

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Instructional Spotlights

  • EEE Canvas Announcement

    Canvas Adoption Announcement

    Over the last year, the campus has been piloting use of the Canvas learning management system. 536 instructors, 410 TAs, and 22,409 students have participated in the Canvas pilot and shared their feedback. Based on this feedback, multiple committee reviews, and overall assessment of the pilot experience, we have decided to formally adopt Canvas as part of the EEE instructional technology ecosystem for the UCI campus.

    Since 1996, UCI has utilized our homegrown EEE learning management system. For technical and security reasons, maintaining that 20-year old code base is not viable in the long run. The Canvas adoption will provide the campus with a modern, full-featured learning environment with increased functionality and the potential to interface with other educational technologies.

    While EEE is not going away, as the campus adopts Canvas over the next several years, some EEE tools that meet needs better served by equivalent Canvas tools will gradually be retired. Unique tools specific to our campus will be redesigned to interface with Canvas.

    For more information and details about the Canvas Pilot, please visit http://sites.uci.edu/canvaspilot/.
    Information about the launch of Canvas is available at the Canvas Launch FAQ website at http://sites.uci.edu/canvas/.

  • UCUES - University of California Undergraduate Experience Survey

    Now Open: University of California Undergraduate Experience Survey

    The University of California Undergraduate Experience Survey (UCUES) is now available! UCI undergraduate students are invited to participate between now and June 30, 2016.

    UCUES asks about your experiences at UCI and the results help improve campus programs. UCI is giving away over $3,000 in prizes. Fifteen lucky winners will be randomly selected each week to receive their choice of a Starbucks or In-N-Out Burger gift card. Upon the close of the survey, we will have drawings for six Grand Prizes (one $500 and five $100 Amazon gift cards).

    Each undergraduate student will be provided with a custom link via email. To take the survey, login using your UCInetID and password via the personal link.

    To learn more, please visit http://assessment.uci.edu/UCUES/.

  • UCInetID Password Change Policy

    Have you changed the password for your UCInetID in the last year?

    All UCInetID passwords must be changed annually to reduce the risk of compromised passwords. If you haven't changed yours in the last year, please visit the OIT web site and click on the Change My UCInetID Password link in the Top Tasks sidebar. You can use the instructions provided to change your password.

    Please note: If you do not change your password on time, your UCInetID will be deactivated and will require re-activation before you can use it to access UCInetID-authenticated services.

    Visit http://www.oit.uci.edu/ucinetid/password-policy/ for more information.

  • UCI Replay

    Replay your lectures, presentations, and more

    Instructors can create engaging videos for students using the streamlined UCI Replay service. You can record your screen, with optional video camera by clicking a single button in the free Techsmith Relay recorder. UCI Replay is also available on all SmartClassroom computers. Click 'Submit' to send the video to UCI Replay, where it is formatted and published for distribution. By default, the video will be processed into three separate types: web accessible, mobile friendly, and audio only. Learn more about UCI Replay in this overview video.

    Here are just a few of the ways instructors have used UCI Replay:

    • Introduce yourself and the course to students
    • Connect the course content to your research with a technical presentation
    • Demonstrate a computer model or simulation that requires specific software or setup
    • Illustrate the process of research by recording fieldwork videos

    Instructors can distribute the UCI Replay recording URLs via email, using EEE Replay Publisher, or through Modules in Canvas.

    Visit http://replay.uci.edu for more information about UCI Replay.