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The EEE Team has assembled these pages to provide resouces and learning support that will help with the use of technology in the classroom. Tutorials are written or recommended by the EEE partners and workshop instructors.

Electronic Educational Environment

The Electronic Educational Environment (EEE) is UCI's home-grown online course management system. EEE offers a variety of tools to enhance learning and manage course administration.

Smart Classrooms

Many of the classrooms in use at UC Irvine are equipped with technology to enhance teaching and learning. The Classroom Technology Support Group in the Office of Information Technology provides extensive "How-To" resources and information about equipment available in each classroom.

Web Development

Instructional Web Design

Instructional websites have a different look and feel from many commercial websites. The unique purpose of course websites makes the development of a user-friendly and engaging page critically important.

HyperText Markup Language (HTML)

HyperText Markup Language (HTML) is the programming language used to create content for websites. You can create a website for your course with minimal, or no knowledge of HTML, using tools like EEE's EasyWebsite, Sites @ UCI, or Google Apps. If you are interested in learning more about HTML, the resources included below might be helpful.

Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP)

Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) is a method used to transfer files between your local computer and a web server (i.e. EEE or a Departmental Server).

Microsoft Office


PowerPoint is a Microsoft Office program which is used to create presentations in the form of slideshows. You can create lectures and presentations quickly and with visual representations using PowerPoint.


Excel is a tool for managing data and performing calculations or automated tasks. EEE offers several workshops to learn the basics of Excel and learn how to use VBA with Excel.

Google Apps

Google Apps are a cloud-based platform in which you can perform common productivity functions, such as checking Email, creating/collaborating/publishing documents, and developing a website. No installation or purchase is required.

Open Source Software (OSS)

Open Source Software (OSS) is any program that is made available with the source code and licensed for use by the copyright holder. In many cases, the open source software license allows additional users to analyze, modify, and update the source code and resulting software.

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