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› Unplanned service disruption between 11pm on 10/4 and 6am on 10/5

Between approximately 11pm on Thursday, 10/4, and 6am on Friday, 10/5, a power supply interuption in the OIT Data Center caused systems included those that support EEE to exerpience an unscheduled service outage.

posted: 10/05/12 - 10/06/12

› Building up and ePortfolio

'[An ePortfilio] is a digital representation of your cabinet of curiosities, your wunderkammer, your museum of you. You get to build it, put your artifacts into it, design it, redesign it, think about it, show it to other people, get their comments, and tell them what you think.'

 
Tomorrow's Professor Mailing List — Measuring Students Progress with ePortfolios
posted: 09/18/12 - 10/02/12

› Is Technology-Enhanced Learning Effective? What the Research Says about TEL

Self-directed online learning is not the best: Collaborative or instructor-directed online learning achieved results superior to those attained through independent, self-directed online learning, which may provide a partial explanation for why online learning has not proven to be a money-saver for cash-strapped educational institutions.

Tomorrow's Professor Mailing List — Is Technology-Enhanced Learning Effective? What the Research Says about TEL.

posted: 09/01/12 - 10/01/12

Security tip of the month

This month's computing security tip –

Periodically change your passwords (Hint: The start of a new quarter is a great time to update your UCInetID password!) — Learn more

For more security tips, visit UCI Safe Computing

posted: 09/01/12 - 10/01/12

› Learning Theory and Online Instruction

In this chapter, we look at the psychological foundations of learning, including behaviorism, cognitivism, and constructivism, to understand how each of these learning theories contributes to our understanding of learning and the instructional strategies we use in teaching.

Tomorrow's Professor Mailing List — Learning Theory and Online Instruction.

posted: 08/01/12 - 09/01/12

Security tip of the month

This month's computing security tip –

If you have a file on your computer that contains sensitive information, delete it when you no longer need it — Learn more

For more security tips, visit UCI Safe Computing

posted: 08/01/12 - 09/01/12

› 2016 Beloit College Mindset list

This year's Beloit College Mindset list is now available - learn about the incoming class of 2016

posted: 08/21/12 - 09/01/12

EEE Use in Spring 2012


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Have you ever been curious to know how much EEE is being used across campus? How many hits the website gets? How much data is transferred?

We've prepared a report summarizing EEE use in Spring 2012.

Learn more

posted: 07/06/12 - 08/16/12

Security tip of the month

This month's computing security tip –

Don't get tricked into downloading something malicious; download only from trusted sources — Learn more

For more security tips, visit UCI Safe Computing

posted: 07/01/12 - 08/01/12

› The Twitter Generation: Teaching Deferred Gratification to College Students

Consider this: The research on deferred gratification connects with the research in the emerging neurodevelopment science of education. Moreover, there is a strong correlation between deferred gratification-defined as self-regulation-and current and future academic, social, and emotional success. And finally, teaching deferred gratification may increase student retention. Happily, there are specific, unique, and research-based strategies that educators can deploy to explicitly teach deferred gratification or self-regulation to all college students.

Tomorrow's Professor Mailing List — The Twitter Generation: Teaching Deferred Gratification to College Students.

posted: 07/01/12 - 08/01/12