Technical information for teachers
Audio-visual equipment, data projectors
Instructions for using the technique:
- classrooms D1, D2, D3: control , microphone
- classrooms in A2 and A3: PC classroom , auditoriums according to places ( 20 May , 40 , 80 )
- classrooms in B and C: PC classrooms B116 , B117 , auditoriums C416 , C511 , C525
Ceiling projectors are available in other classrooms. The key from the remote control box to the projector can be rented for the whole semester from the Secretary (office B513). If necessary, projection in other areas can be borrowed for a short time at the gatehouse portable projector.
Solving problems and non-standard situations
In good time (at least two weeks) before the start of the lesson, it is necessary to report the software requirements for the lesson itself, ie specify what SW, in what version, in which classrooms and from when it should be available. Information is sent to addresses
winhXGvQD1Li@fioBym6ysxz.muni=INse1L5E.cz , or
unixkjGLXQXCv@fi1EjV1e6wv.muniF_72u7hac.cz or both, depending on the type of computer operating systems in the classrooms. It is advisable to test the functionality of the required software, including software that was on machines in earlier years, before starting the class.
Ensuring awareness of operational rules
For courses in computer classrooms, remind students that they must observe operating rules . It is good to stress the prohibition of manipulation with cabling in classrooms (except for cables for connecting own machines). In the case of a subject which involves the execution of more complicated calculations, it is necessary to inform the students about rules of demanding processes . In the event of a violation of the rules, the student's account may be temporarily blocked, regardless of the complications arising from it.