Information on the subject in the IS
Changing information in the ISWho makes any changes to articles in the IS:
- Changing the curriculum, subject objectives, evaluation methods, list of trainers, etc. - introduces the lecturer himself.
- Modification of the subject's capacity, hourly subsidies, credit subsidies, inclusion of the subject in the fields - guarantor of the subject.
- Prescription or cancellation of a subject, transfers between periods - vice-dean for study programs (bc, mgr subjects), vice-dean for science and doctoral studies (phd subjects).
Hourly and credit subsidy for subjects
One ECTS credit should correspond to approximately 25-30 hours of workload for an average student. The distribution of the hourly load in the IS between lectures, seminars / exercises and other (homework) should correspond to the real form and burden of the subject. Consider the difference between zero and non-zero values in the lecture box, which should reflect the nature of the subject (lecture / seminar). This distinction also has some formal consequences with respect to the MU Study and Examination Rules (necessity of approval by lecturers of the FI Scientific Board).
The role of teachers
Classification of teachers in roles (lecturer, instructor, assistant). Please observe the following principles:
- Role of Lecturer - A person who plays a key role in the subject and determines the concept of the subject. In the case of a lecture, it lectures at least 1/3 of the lectures, and in case of a seminar it determines the concept of the seminar and coordinates the course. The subject should not have more than three people in the role of a lecturer.
- Role of the instructor - a person who runs a seminar group throughout the semester.
- Assistant role - other people working on the course (eg lecturer, lecturer, lecturer, project co-ordinator, rhetorical creator).
- Role of ref. examiner - not used on FI.
If someone only deals with administrative matters, then they should be given as a representative for the real lecturer - thus gaining the same rights as the lecturer.