The Canvas transition is a multi-year effort that began in 2016. Based on our current progress, we estimate the full transition will be completed by the end of 2020, with tools transitioning to an archived state  or removed entirely.
All EEE tools will be transitioned to a read-only state or removed entirely by the start of Fall Quarter 2019.
- March 27, 2018: Tools will start being removed from EEE, starting with the Counter tool.
- Summer 2019: This will be the last term class data will be loaded into EEE Legacy
- November 2020: EEE Legacy will be shut down around mid-November 2020
|Winter 2018||Spring 2018||Summer 2018||Fall 2018||Winter 2019||Spring 2019||Summer 2019||Fall 2019||Winter 2020||Spring 2020|
|Class Mail Lists||Depends on custom development of new class mail lists system; retirement timeline TBD|
|Class Website Index||Fully functional||Removed|
|Department Evaluations||Depends on custom development of replacement department evaluations system; retirement timeline TBD|
|DropBox||Depends on custom development of RapidReturn; retirement timeline TBD|
|EasyWebsite||Fully functional||Read-only / archive||Removed|
|EEE Mobile||Fully functional||Removed|
|GradeBook||Fully functional||Read-only / archive||Removed|
|MessageBoards||Fully functional||Read-only / archive||Removed|
|Midterm Evaluations||Fully functional||Read-only / archive||Removed|
|MyEEE||Fully functional||Read-only (Customization removed, but otherwise available)||Removed|
|Photos||Currently determining best approach to retiring the Photos feature; retirement timeline TBD|
|Quiz||Fully functional||Read-only / archive||Removed|
|RapidReturn||Depends on development of replacement RapidReturn tool; retirement timeline TBD|
|Rosters (Access UCI)||Fully functional||Removed|
|SignupSheet||Fully functional||Read-only / archive||Removed|
|Survey||Will remain available until there is a designated replacement before the start of Fall 2019|
Assistants will be retired gradually, with permissions removed as tools are retired.
 Archived tools (also referred to as "read-only") have had all functionality that would create or update content removed. For example, a read-only Quiz tool would allow instructors to view and download results, but not create or assign quizzes.