ELF archive installations available only from the MU network
For security reasons, ELF archive installations will only be accessible from the MU campus network or via VPN.
For security reasons, ELF archive installations will only be accessible from the MU campus network or via VPN.
Are you wondering how to make learning more interesting, interactive and attractive for students? How to engage them in online learning? How to create online self-study materials more effectively? And have you tried the H5P module?
We have established a faculty-wide team in MS Teams, which will serve to share experiences with the use of AI.
As every year, we are going to switch to a new installation of ELF, but due to the ongoing repair of Medial and its connections to ELF, we had to postpone the launch.
Automatically add FF staff and PhD students to the Microsoft Office 365 user support team
Come and get inspired by your colleagues who are using AI tools in their teaching and find out how you could use them too.
Due to the technical obsolescence of the TS Relay application and low interest in using this program, we have decided to discontinue its service on our servers.
On August 2, there will be a long-term shutdown of Medial, as previously announced. The outage is also related to the need to postpone the launch date of the new version of ELF.
In the autumn of 2022, thanks to the project support of the NPO, we organized a questionnaire survey to detect experiences, problems and wishes related to classroom equipment.
As of August 2, there will be a planned shutdown of Medial and unavailability of associated services (playback or recording and streaming from classrooms).
Next Wednesday (28 June 2023), between 16:30 and 17:15, the Umbraco editing interface will be down due to the migration of the database to the new version.
As in previous years, we are expecting a new installation of ELF (Moodle) for the next academic year.
Please note that on July 14th, the internet connection will be unavailable in Buildings K and L for the entire day. The outage will affect both wireless and wired connections.
In Umbraco you can now find the new analytical tool Matomo, which will make it easier for you to analyse your website traffic.
We are looking for teachers who would be willing to share with their colleagues how they use AI to prepare lessons.
We have several app licenses available to engage students in learning.
On Saturday, 27 May 2023, there will be a short power outage at the Faculty of Informatics of MU, whose servers are also used by FF MU.
We are looking for a programmer who will be in charge of the Moodle platform.
We are looking for a copywriter and web administrator for Digital humanities.
The ELF system will be completely unavailable on Thursday 20 April from 8.30am to 11.30am due to a system upgrade.
Most of the classrooms in Buildings A, B1 and B2 will be revitalised next year. We are currently working on an audiovisual technology (AVT) refurbishment project in CIT.
On Tuesday 28th March from 9.00 to 11.00 there will be a complete shutdown of the Openmoodle system.
At the beginning of February, we held a meeting where we found out from the teachers what they liked and what was missing in the classrooms.
In buildings K and L you will no longer find a connector for the VGA cable.
Get an overview of interactive whiteboards and activation applications in face-to-face and hybrid learning.
You can apply until 21 January 2023
The workshop is aimed at mastering hybrid teaching and subsequent peer-to-peer visits to support the sharing of experiences between teachers.
If you are preparing a project whose output is an online database, web interface with research data, etc., then you have the opportunity to use the consultation of the Digitalia MUNI ARTS faculty infrastructure team.
It happens to all of us from time to time that Outlook sometimes misjudges an email message and puts it in junk mail, even though it is not junk. How to minimize this behavior?
We are announcing the next round of the scholarship program to support the use of technology in teaching.
At the workshop, we will try together selected activation tools that you can easily use directly in Office 365
Thank you to all those who decided to spend Friday in the company of their colleagues and deal with e-learning, online learning and activation applications in teaching.
We invite you to the third edition of the specialised online conference entitled Digital Data from a Humanities Researcher's Perspective, which focuses on digital platforms and their use in research.
The importance of law in the preparation of study materials should not be underestimated, so we hope that this meeting will help many of you get a better understanding of the topic.
If you're considering which computer to buy for your workplace, we have a tip for one that meets today's requirements.
Attend the next edition of the Digital Data from a Humanities Researcher's Perspective conference on 29 November.
Accept our invitation to a meeting aimed at sharing experiences among teachers who work with e-learning, teach online or hybrid. Learn what (doesn't) work for your colleagues in teaching or course development. You can also share your experience.
The programme will also include an opportunity to consult with the e-learning office team and a presentation of our activities.
We are looking for a production assistant to join our video studio.
The smooth running of the academic year is also ensured by reliable and secure IT services, which must undergo necessary technical maintenance once in a while. For this reason, some IT services are scheduled to be out of order from 5pm on Friday, 21st October until midnight on Sunday, 23rd October. Some IT services will be either completely unavailable or its usage will be limited during this period.
We are opening a vacancy for the position of coordinator of editorial activities and digitization services. Another newly opened position is a Project Manager / Manager.
Are you interested in getting feedback from other teachers on your teaching and, at the same time, providing it to your colleagues based on the teaching observation? Join us for our first meeting to learn more about the process.
The H5P interactive module, which was added to ELF last year, offers new types of content.
We would like to remind you that another of our workshops will take place next Thursday - this time focusing on the fulfilment and non-fulfilment of study obligations.
On Tuesday, October 4, from 2 to 3:30 p.m., a meeting on e-learning topics will be held in room C43.
We invite you to two seminars that will focus on study materials in e-learning and completing study tasks in e-learning.
How did this year's MoodleDay look like, which took place at the Faculty of Arts of MU?
After telephone central software upgrade, cancelled redirects to mobile phones can be active again.
Once again we are dealing with a wave of phishing emails in the inboxes of our users, the details of this attack are described in the article.
The MU voice network requires a system upgrade due to an unsupported software version. For this reason, an upgrade will be performed on Sept. 15 from 7 to 9 p.m., during which the entire landline network will be unavailable.
When publishing articles or entire journals, it is important to be aware of formal flaws that are often overlooked, despite the fact they are very important. What are the details to remember?
On Monday, September 5, the general address https://elf.phil.muni.cz/ will be redirected to the new installation for 2022/2023 (https://elf.phil.muni.cz/22-23/).
We draw your attention to a phishing campaign that has been running since around the beginning of August. It uses the offer of a housing allowance from the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs as a motive. Fraudulent messages are spread via e-mail or text messages.
We are looking for a new member of the user support team in the Office of e-learning CIT FF MU.
How do I request that workplace technology be decommissioned at FF?
Microsoft developers have prepared another batch of (not only) MS Teams application improvements for users. Meetings' organizers will be pleased with the new role of "co-organizer" and other tweaks to facilitate work and study, such as the possibility of dictating in the Czech language or adjusting the calendar in MS Lists.
We have made available a new ELF installation for the 2022/2023 academic year.
From 1 August 2022, revised conditions for calls to Ukraine will become valid.
Recently, we have registered several phishing emails where attackers are trying to extort passwords from users. These messages come in various forms, read more about them in this article.
The e-learning office of CIT FF MU is preparing two seminars for teachers in June, which are thematically related to each other. You can participate in both of them or choose only one of them. You can always find the registration below the annotation. We are looking forward to meeting you!
The Centre for Information Technology of the Faculty of Arts is currently working on a project funded by the National Renewal Plan. We are preparing several activities that we believe will promote the use of technology in teaching.
We warn of a security weakness in MS Office that could cause an attacker to delete your data when opening an unknown email attachment.
Did you know that a message can be pinned in a team chat so that important information does not escape any member? Or that you can turn off notifications to better focus on the ongoing meeting? Read about these and other improvements of MS Teams in a clear update.
In the Makerspace of the Central Library of the Faculty of Arts, in cooperation with CIT FF, a practical workshop for teachers and staff of the Faculty of Arts will take place.
Please note that Network Drive R will be completely unavailable for maintenance on Thursday 26 May 2022 from 6am to 10am.
The new installation will be available from around the middle of the summer holidays and important dates will be announced to users in advance.
FF MU has the opportunity to provide its teachers with premium licenses to the Nearpod application.
We invite everyone to a seminar where you can learn about chatbots.
In addition to the Czech version, we will always send out the English version of the newsletter. If you have foreign colleagues who would be interested in FA technology news, please forward this information to them.
All customers on the Vodafone network have 100 free minutes for calls and SMS for CZK 1 without VAT from 5 March.
Colleagues from Charles University are developing a translator that will allow an automated translation between Czech and Ukrainian. You can access it now by contacting the developers of the program.
From 21.2. to 1.3. the notification mails from ELF (moodle) did not work - therefore the automatically generated messages were not delivered to the addressees during this period.
A warning about the current wave of scam emails going into the inboxes of some users (on and off the university domain).
We have prepared a new website focused on O365 applications, where you can learn, for example, how to transfer mail from the faculty server to O365, how to use OneDrive storage, etc.
The CIT FA Office of e-learning is preparing seminars for the spring semester to share experiences with online learning. This time we offer a webinar on microlearning.
We have several licences for Padlet and Socrative available for teachers.
Every FF MU employee has access to the MS Office office suite. However, in order to use some functions, you need to set up an A3 license instead of the default A1 license.
On Monday, February 21, between 6:00 and 6:30 a.m., the faculty network connection will be rewired.
Buying computers that support Windows 11 will ensure that you can use them in your workplace for as long as possible.
Due to the increase in the storage size of the media library, Medial will be completely unavailable from February 21 (8.00) to February 23 (inclusive).
Coding da Vinci is the first hackathon that focuses on the use of open data in culture and cultural heritage. It is a platform for those interested in the field of open data and who want to participate in creating innovative projects through applications, websites, the use of VR / AR, interactive installations, and data visualizations.
Please note that for technical reasons it will be necessary to briefly disconnect the internet connection in Building D again on 8 February 2022 between 5:00 and 6:00.
We have added new material describing the basic recommendations for hybrid learning to the online learning website.
We invite you to the next meeting organized by the Office of e-Learning CIT FF, which will focus on sharing experiences in online learning among educators.
The Venice Centre for Digital and Public Humanities invites you to a series of lectures on Digital Humanities.
We have changed the technical design of secure classroom testing to make the testing regime easier and more stable.
We have finished working on all the English subtitles for the micro-courses. All the materials are now more accessible to foreign students.
Come to the seminar dedicated to linguist Petr Sgall and listen to interesting lectures in the field of linguistics.
In his lecture and workshop, evolutionary and cognitive anthropologist Dr. Manvir Singh will elaborate on his research on the origins of three religious so-called super-attractors and discuss with participants the possibilities of analysis within large cross-cultural databases.
Interested in digital research trends? Then you will definitely be interested in the courses offered at MUNI in the field of Digital Humanities.
Maps serve not only to orient in space, but also in the context between phenomena and their location. The spatial aspects of cultural phenomena reveal phenomena studied by the humanities through a new perspective in relationships to the place, which can provide new explanations.
The beginning of May brings new functionalities and tweaks for MS Teams. For example, you can enjoy a more transparent display of meeting participants, news in Breakout Rooms, or the possibility of an immediate meeting via Outlook.
Cybersecurity team of Masaryk University would like to inform you about an increased risk of being targeted by fraudulent e-mails in upcoming days, so-called spear-phishing, that uses previously obtained information about the victim.