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Technical information for teachers

See also information for staff.

Audiovisual equipment, data projectors

Instructions on how to use the equipment:

Ceiling projectors are available in other classrooms. The key to the locker with the projector remote can be borrowed for the whole semester from the secretary (office B513), or if you have a key to an office, it can also be used to open the locker. If projection is needed in other areas, a portable projector can be borrowed on a short-term basis from the concierge desk.

Problem solving and non-standard situations

See Addresses for submitting questions and reporting problems.

Software in the PC classrooms for teaching

Well in advance (at least two weeks) before the start of the teaching session, the software requirements for the actual teaching session should be reported, i.e. specifying which software, in which version, in which classrooms and from when it should be available. Information should be sent to, or, or both, depending on the type of operating systems on the computers in the classrooms. It is advisable to test the functionality of the required software before starting the course.

Faculty services (GitLab, etc.) for teaching

In the faculty GitLab, it is possible to arrange for the creation of groups that can be automatically synchronized according to the teachers and/or learners of the course. It is also possible to provide image access for GitLab CI.

If you are interested in a course site, see the site options, where you will probably be interested in the GitLab Pages or Web Directory Space sections.

Similarly, in Stratus.FI faculty virtualization, we can provide groups of people that can be automatically synchronized by course learners. It is also possible to produce private networks, e.g. for teaching networking courses. With early agreement, bulk environment preparation can also be provided - see example in our blog.

Ensuring awareness of operating rules

For courses in computer labs, students (but also teachers) should be aware of the operating rules and must follow them. In particular, this includes the prohibition of handling cabling in classrooms (except for cables to connect their own machines) or the prohibition of shutting down/restarting machines.

In the case of a course that involves running more demanding calculations, students must be informed of the rules for running demanding processes.

In the event of a breach of the rules, the student's account may be temporarily blocked, regardless of the complications that result for the student.

The network in the classrooms

Departments typically have an Ethernet cable in the teaching rooms that will provide an Internet connection after authentication via with faculty credentials. (A more reliable and faster alternative to Wi-Fi, wlan_fi, can be used.)

Testing in the computer lab

We also offer the computer lab (room B106) to majors for use during the exam period. This offers 34 Linux and 24 Windows computers. The computers can be used to run one of the special exam modes (see the following sections) by arrangement with unix@fi or win@fi.

Testing in the hall is a non-standard situation. Please notify us in good time - if you are interested in using the hall, please notify us at unix@fi and/or win@fi at least one month before the exam period, and then book individual dates in IS at least one week in advance. CVT reserves the right to suggest other dates or cancel untenable bookings.

When making a booking, tutors are asked to be considerate of the normal operation of the computer room:

  • If needs can be covered by other computer labs, use those in preference.
  • Reserve time slots continuously from the morning so that the exam block runs first and then the hall is available to students for the rest of the day (no later than 6pm).
  • Try to minimise the number of days on which the hall will be used for rehearsals. Prioritize the use of available time slots on days on which another exam is already scheduled.
  • If possible, at least one computer lab should be available to students as a substitute during the exam period.

Examination session with IS answer machine

On both Linux and Windows computers, there is an option to use a special restricted session in which students can only access a predetermined URL in the browser (typically the IS answer key) via the home page. This session does not allow: manipulation of the address bar, access to other programs and files on the PC.

To use this exam session, please send the times and rooms of the exams to unix@fi.muni.czand/or (depending on the computers requested), and for each time the URL of the answer key in IS (this is the address of the file with the extension .qref). For Windows classrooms, please indicate whether you want to keep any of the computers in normal teacher mode.

Starting and stopping answerphone mode on Linux computers will require action in Faculty Administration by the supervisor at the beginning of the exam. Details will be communicated by administrators. Be sure to end the exam session at the end (Linux) or make sure students have logged out (Windows).

Exam session with restricted environment

On the Nymfe and Musa machines, you can use (not only) a restricted environment for programming exams, where students can use text editors, programming language interpreters, etc., but cannot access the Internet or their own files.

We will adapt the session parameters (available software from modules and regular sessions, network limitations, available off-line documentation) to your course. The method of distributing assignments and collecting solutions also needs to be agreed in advance; currently a connection to the Frag system works, we can make other methods work as needed. In order to allow students to try out the special session for real, we allow one computer in the computer lab to run a demonstration mode of the session permanently.

The start of the session and each term is manually controlled by the instructor using the Faculty Administration application, in which the instructor has the right to operate the classroom machines at agreed times. At the end of all terms, the tutor must cancel the restricted session again to bring the computers back to normal.

If you are interested in using this exam session, please contact well in advance to discuss the technical details.

Classroom seating plans

If you would like to see an up-to-date list of students registered in the computer rooms, you can use the room map.

You can use the seating charts to allocate students for exams in classrooms and lecture rooms.

Bulk transfer between ucho and faculty login

You can use the scripts uco2login and login2uco, which are hosted on the Aisa and Anxur servers, to transfer between the uco and faculty logins.

For use, see uco2login --help.