Receive Training & Technical Support During the Transition

DTEI offers teaching consultation as well as one-on-one supportto help faculty transition their EEE courses to the Canvas system. An R.S.V.P. is strongly encouraged to minimize the wait time. Please note event hours may vary by quarter. The schedule listed below is for Spring 2018. Feel free to contact us at for further questions or suggestions.

The EEE/Canvas Transition Workshop

Need help transitioning your course from EEE to Canvas? This two-hour hands-on working meeting will help you get started with the course transition process. Please request an EEE Canvas site and update your syllabus in advance. Also, please bring your laptop and an updated syllabus, and an assigned instructional designer or student technology consultant will assist you during the workshop.

Dates (Spring 2018):

  • April: 4/17
  • May: 5/4 and 5/15
  • June: 6/1
Time: 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM

AIRB 3010 (AR parking is available in front or park in the Anteater Parking Structure)

The DTEI Open Lab

DTEI offers 45-minute consultations to address individual faculty’s teaching needs. Feel free to stop by and discuss topics like formulating a new online teaching idea, adopting Canvas tools to enhance learning, implementing a third-party technology, and anything related to digital learning, online education, or teaching with technologies.

Period: 4/2/2018 to 6/8/2018


  • Wed. & Fri. from 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM
  • Tue. & Thu. from 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM

AIRB 3000 (AR parking is available in front or park in the Anteater Parking Structure)

AIRB Location

DTEI is located on the third floor of the Anteater Instructional and Research Building (AIRB), which is at the corner of E Peltason Dr. and the Engineering Service Road (across from University Hills). You can either park in front of the building or the Anteater Parking Structure.

UCI Faculty Talk About Their Course Transition Experiences

Daniel Stokols

Department of Psychology and Social Behavior

For many years, Dr. Stokols has used EEE’s advanced webpages to share information about his Environmental Psychology course
with his students. Learn about how he plans to transition his course to the Canvas system.

Shannon Alfaro

Department of Computer Science
Professor Alfaro has been an active EEE user who relies on many EEE features to deliver her ICS 139w course. In Summer 2017,
she successfully transitioned her course from EEE to Canvas. Learn about her experiences moving the EEE course to
Tools & Resources to Help You Prepare for the Transition