Information System

The CTU Information System (IS CTU) provides services or is a part of the university services provided to employees, students, partners and the public (see below). It consists of hundreds of partial systems supporting study, science and research, economic, administrative, presentation, communication and documentation agenda of the university. Some serve the whole university, some only to faculties, institutes or just particular departments. The systems are operated by different operators who provide user support. Operators are the Computing and Information Center, IT centers of faculties eventually also individual departments / institutes.

Register of Persons and Identity

Recording of persons (creating a personal profile and changes in personal data) in the CTU IS is done by authorized personnel in the KOS, CRI and Mobility. These systems communicate with the central system – UserMap, and are based on the analysis of the uniqueness of personal data, each person is filed in the CTU IS just once. The selected personal information is then shared and promoted to other systems.

Identification data

After registering a new personal data in UserMap, the identity is created in the Information system with immutable identification data:

  • Personal Number,
  • University Username.

The CTU identification data and password (see below) can user obtain:

  • by setting the Initial CTU Password, available for new students only,
  • by the CTU Password Administrator,
  • after login into the system.

Passwords and Login to Systems

To access information systems of CTU the user needs a university username and CTU password. For connection to the wireless network (WiFi) you need eduroam password. But there are a few exceptions due to security, technology and organizational reasons.

Relations of Persons

Information on the relationship of a given person to CTU are recorded in the following systems:

  • EGJE – a system for registering employment relationships
  • KOS – a system for registering study relationships and lifelong learning participants (CŽV)
  • CRI – a system for registering all other relationships.

In particular, we register the following types of relationships:

  1. student (bachelor, master, doctoral study program, short-term student)
  2. worker (employee, full-time doctoral student, associate, professor emeritus, emeritus employee, visiting professor, executive)
  3. partner (CŽV participant, external person, external contractor, graduate, external teacher, a pupil of the University Primary School).

Roles

The roles are assigned to users according to their relationship with CTU:

  • Business role – role within the organization (for example, FCE student, FME employee, member of FEE board, treasurer of FNSPE, the head of department 18101…)
  • Technical role – role which define rights in individual systems of CTU IS.

A regular user has several roles. Some roles are acquired automatically, others are subject to approval. An overview of assigned roles is available in UserMap.

Rights

The rights enable users to access individual functionalities in the systems and are determined by technical roles or (alternatively) business roles.



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