Application Used for Posting Study Materials


  1. I am a student and I would like to access study materials of a course, post my notes on the Information System, etc. What am I supposed to do?

    Please use the following path:

    Personal Administration → Student → Study materials (e-learning)

    To open a folder, you should click on its name. Clicking on the name of a file opens the file. You can also download the file into your computer by clicking on its name using the right button of your mouse and selecting 'Save Target As'.

    As a student, you can post some additional materials (e.g. the notes you took at a lecture) on the System using the File Vault application. To do so, please follow the instructions given in the section titled How to Post Study Materials on IS below.

  2. I am a student and I would like to upload my assignment into a Homework Vault. How shall I proceed?

    Please use the following path:

    Personal Administration → Student → Study materials (e-learning)

    To open a folder, click on its name.

    To upload your assignment into the Homework Vault, please follow the instructions given in the section titled How to Post Study Materials on IS below. Provided you wish to upload a file, click on . If your assignment spans several files, create a new folder using . Your file or newly created folder should bear your name (it is not possible to upload several files of the same name, though). After uploading the file(s), you can re-write it (them) with a newer one(s) or delete it (them) any time you see fit.

    As regards the default access rights set for your files and folders, you need not change these. The access rights of the Homework Vault, or rather the folder into which students are requested to upload their assignments, may be pre-set so that the assignment uploaded can only be read by the student himself/herself (and his/her teacher) or by him/her, the teacher and other students. To find out which of the two options has been chosen, see the folder description.

  3. I am a student and I would like to upload my thesis/dissertation into the Archive of Theses/Dissertations. What am I supposed to do?

    To upload your thesis/dissertation, please use the following path:

    Personal Administration → Student → Final State Examination and Thesis/Dissertation Archive

    Please ensure that, apart from uploading your thesis/dissertation, you also provide its abstract and keywords. For further information, read through the instructions embedded in the application.

    The thesis/dissertation uploaded into the Archive can also be accessed via the IS personal page of the student who has carried out the upload. To find the student, use the following path:

    Personal Administration → People

  4. I have used an excerpt from someone else's work in the Study Materials section. What form should the information identifying the source and author have?

    The fundamental principles governing the correct specification of quoted sources are conciseness and accuracy, which guarantee the source can be found easily. The information pertaining to official standards of providing bibliographical information can be found in the following documents:
    • ČSN ISO 690 Dokumentace. Bibliografické citace: obsah, forma, struktura
    • ČSN ISO 690-2 Bibliografické citace. Část 2: Elektronické dokumenty nebo jejich části

  5. Are students allowed to post any materials on IS?

    Yes, they are. Provided a student wants to offer other users some of his/her study materials (e.g. his/her lecture notes), he/she should use the following path:

    Student → Study materials (e-learning)

    The student should enter the right course section and upload his/her files into its File Vault sub-folder. The files can consequently be accessed by all the students enrolled in the course (before the beginning of teaching period this includes all of those who have registered for the course). When preparing study materials for the upcoming term and copying the old ones into it, teachers can include in them also the files uploaded by the students in the past.

    The folders Learning Materials, Assignments, Course-Related Instructions and File Vault are created the first time a user enters the tree of the course.


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