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Logging in to EEE

In order to use EEE, you must login with your UCInetID and password. The Office of Information Technology (OIT) provides a UCInetID to each person at UCI and that UCInetID can be used to login to a variety of services across campus.



MyEEE is your customizable home page on EEE. When you login to EEE, MyEEE is typically the first page you will see.

If you are not an instructor, assistant, or student in the current quarter, your default MyEEE page will show a list of available tools as well as any custom modules you have enabled that do not require class data.

What tools are available to general UCI staff?

EEE is designed for instructional use and some of the tools require class-affiliation as an instructor, assistant, or student.

The following tools are available to all UCI staff, with or without classes:


Help & How-to

EEE Help & How-to provides comprehensive, step-by-step tool guides. Help pages also provide simple, one-page primers, plus lists of features & tips.

Other topics include:

  • Basic guides to software, such as Dreamweaver, PowerPoint, and iWeb
  • Help with different file formats (PDF, ZIP) and protocols (SFTP)
  • Answers to common questions and contact information for additional information on a wide variety of topics

Additional resources

EEE provides free workshops for faculty, staff, and graduate students during week three and week eight of Fall, Winter, and Spring quarters.

Topics include:

  • EEE Tools
  • Instructional Web Design
  • SmartClassrooms
  • Copyright and Fair Use
  • Audience Response Systems

If you can't find the information you're looking for, try the resources below or contact us.