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New version of EEE mobile launched!

The EEE Web Team has launched a shiny new version of EEE Mobile, with features including:

  • My Tasks
  • My Classes (with RoomFinder integration)
  • My Websites (with easy access to mobile-friendly class websites)
  • Links to other mobile sites/apps at UCI

The new format was also a major update to the underlying code. We're now using a flexible framework that will make it easier for us to implement new features in the future (eventually).

Learn more

posted: 04/04/13 - 04/15/13

2013 Celebration of Teaching Recipients

2013 Recipients of Celebration of Teaching awards include Prof. Rebecca A. Davis (Prof of the Year), Dr. Donna Schuele (Lecturer of the Year), Prof. Daniel Gross (TA Development), Dr. Sarah Eichhorn & Dr. Rachel Lehman (Instructional Technology Innovation), Amanda Janesick & Jed Brubaker (Most Promising Future Faculty Members).

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posted: 03/22/13 - 04/05/13

Call for Presentations at UCCSC 2013

Consider making a presentation at UCCSC 2013, which will be held on August 4-6, 2013 at the Student Center at UC Irvine. This year's theme is "Keeping Grounded While in the Clouds" — Learn more

posted: 03/21/13 - 04/04/13

› Access world-class chemistry instruction through Open Chem

UCI’s free, online chemistry lectures open the classroom doors to all

“[Open Chem] is providing people with the ability to learn on their own terms,” says chemistry professor and open-education advocate James Nowick, whose videotaped classes have drawn more than 20,000 online viewers worldwide.

Read more.

posted: 03/14/13 - 04/01/13

Security tip of the month

This month's computing security tip –

Use UCI accounts and services for UCI business and other work (as much as possible)Learn more

For more security tips, visit UCI Safe Computing

posted: 03/02/13 - 04/01/13

› OpenCourseware: Online lessons for free

UC Irvine's OpenCourseWare program provides high quality videos of lectures in multiple subjects including: Biology, Chemistry, Math, and much more.

For videos:

For complete listing or more information visit

posted: 02/26/13 - 03/12/13

› UC Irvine Learning Management System Future Directions

The Learning Management System Future Directions Review Team was established to assess current learning management system needs, consult with faculty and staff, and thoughtfully consider potential future directions. The Learning Management System Future Directions Review Team's final report and additional information are available from

posted: 02/14/13 - 02/22/13

› Historic first: two online courses from UCI recommended for college credit!

Five online courses offered via Coursera have been recommended for transferable credit by the American Council on Education (ACE). These courses are the first MOOCs (massive open online courses) recommended for credit and two of them are from UCI!

Congratulations to Sarah Eichohrn, Assistant Vice Chair of Undergraduate Studies in the Department of Mathematics and 2012 Celebration of Teaching recipient of the TA Development Award, and Rachel Cohen Lehman, Lecturer in the Department of Mathematics, on this extraordinary achievement!

Learn more about the ACE-reccomended courses:

posted: 02/08/13 - 02/22/13

EEE Use in Fall 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 Fall 2012.

Learn more

posted: 02/01/13 - 02/16/13

New service: Eater Evals launches with Fall 2012 faculty evaluation results

The ASUCI, Division of Undergraduate Education (DUE), and the Office of Information Technology (OIT) are pleased to announce that results for faculty evaluations are now available to students online. This new service was made possible by eTech (

Access evaluation results through Eater Evals at:

The Eater Evals name was selected from entries submitted by undergraduate students. Congratulations to the two students who submitted the winning entry -- thanks, Drake (junior majoring in Biological Sciences) and Grant (junior majoring in Business Economics)!

Quantitative results are available only for Senate-level faculty members (assistant, associate, and full professors, as well as lecturers with security of employment), so not all instructors will be listed. No qualitative/textual responses will be displayed. Results will be available for 4 academic years, starting with Fall Quarter 2012. Faculty members can also opt-out of releasing their results to Eater Evals through the end of the 3rd week of classes each term.

For more information, check out the FAQ:

posted: 01/23/13 - 02/06/13