Sharing materials

Creating classes

After creating a new topic, create a class by selecting “Task” from the top menu, and then “Create” button

Adding materials:

There are two ways you can add materials:
– you can create them on your own on Google disc (documents, sheets, forms, etc.) – they will be stored in Google Drive;
– add existing ones both from Google Drive and your computer (added filed will also be stored in Google Drive);


You must publish materials after adding them.
(kliknij w zdjęcie by powiększyć)

How to check the name of dean’s group?

A lecturer can check the name of the group by logging into the e-university, selecting the CLASS PLAN tab. A .pdf plan can be generated.

You can also go to the e-university website at THIS link and select:
– class date,
– building in which the classes take place,
– select the “Show available dates” button.
You will see a table showing the occupancy of the rooms. After selecting appropriate classes, the dean’s group name will appear in the table on the right.

You can turn off the visibility of individual columns by hovering over the down arrow next to each column name.

Adding and sharing materials in the service.

To use the service, you must log in to your e-mail account in the domain and select the DRIVE icon.


The following menu options are the most important:
My drive, namely all materials added by the user,
Shared, namely all materials shared with the user.

After selecting the button, you can:
– create a new folder on the disc,
– attach entire folders,
– attach individual files,
– create documents on the disc.


To share the material added, click on its name with the RIGHT MOUSE BUTTON and select the SHARE option.

You will see a window, in which you should enter the email of a user or a group to whom/which you want to share the file

HERE you can find instructions on how to share files in Google Classroom.

How to change language?

Google services (including ClassRoom) are available in many languages, including obviously English. The user can decide which language he/she wants to use.

Select “Manage Google account” to change language of the services.

Select “Data and personalisation” on the left side of the menu.

At the bottom of the page you will see an option to change the language in the “General Internet settings” field.

By selecting the right arrow next to the list of languages, the user can add a language or set a new main language by clicking the up arrow next to the selected language.

Inviting students to Classroom

Inviting students to tasks in the service is based on the name of the dean’s group (instruction How to check the name of dean’s group?“).

At the very beginning select “Participants” tab from the top menu,

Select the invite icon on the right in the Students field.

You will see a field in which you must enter the name of dean’s group. . A list of groups to choose (name entered as an example) is displayed as shown in the figure.

After selecting the appropriate group, click the Invite button.

A list of invited students should appear in the Students field with the information they have been invited.

If the list is not displayed, enter the entire email address and select Invite (this also applies if you invite students one by one).

Recording materials from a computer

computer In connection with numerous questions about possible recording of tutorial videos/materials for students, we would like to inform you that the IT Centre does not have a license for this type of software. However, there are numerous free-of-charge applications that we can recommend: OBS Studio, DVD Video Soft Free Studio, Captura.
You can also do it using built-in Windows 10 functions. Below you will find links to several articles describing this functionality (it is somehow limited – you will find all information in the articles):

On MacOS screen recording has been built in:
– recording Command + Shift + 5
– cutting out Command + Shift + 4

It is best to share the recorded material via Google Drive from the account. We also inform that at present the IT Centre does not provide support for these applications.

Information for students – Online Exams Platform

Check out below for solutions to issues you may encounter:
Safe Exam Browser – solving problems

Password for configuration file: ue2020

WARNING! SEB Browser has been configured for Windows and MacOS!

Downloading files is possible only after logging in to the university account in the domain.

To take the exam, you must download SafeExamBrowser, then install it and DO NOT LAUNCH IT!

The next step is to download the SEB-OpenExam.seb configuration file (Egzamin-Windows lub Egzamin-MacOS) and run it to take the exam.

NOTE! The correct version is 2.4 based on Mozilla Firefox! All activities should be performed in a separate browser (Chrome, Opera, Safari)!!

Safe Exam Browser Installation

1. Download SebExamBrowser 2.4 from university resources!

For MacOS

For WindowsOS

2. Using the Chrome browser, the file will be downloaded and shown in the Lower left corner of the browser, please click on the file.

3. Install the browser and remember to accept. WE DO NOT OPEN THE BROWSER AFTER INSTALLING!

4. We download the SEB configuration file and enable it by clicking (in the case of the Chrome browser) in the lower left corner of the file OR in the folder with downloaded files, right-click on the Open with Safe Exam Browser file.

The login screen for the Online Exams system will appear on the screen. To log into the system, click the “Zaloguj Google |” and use the university email at domain.

After logging in, a list of available exams will appear. To facilitate the search, please enter the name or element of the exam name in the browser.

You can sign up for the exam by entering the access key set by the teacher. A student may sign up for the exam before it starts (provided that the teacher agrees).

After signing up for the exam, information about taking the test will appear. The test can also be protected by a password, which the teacher sets and then gives to students. After the exam, log out and close the browser in the LOWER RIGHT CORNER using the sign .

Here is a sample test, which is available in the category “Internal (Test) / ALL – TEST FOR ALL – IT DEPARTMENT” or just enter “ALLT” in the exam search field.

Password to access the exam: Egzamin4454455542
Password to access the test: Egzamin4454455542

Support for conferences organised in the CNTI building

Display of information materials

All posters to be displayed on CNTI monitors should be prepared in .jpg format with a resolution of 1920×1080.

Files created in PowerPoint are not accepted!

If you have any problems creating a poster, please contact the New The IT Centre does not create graphic designs.

Please send the materials to cnti.konf@uekat.plwith information about when and in what order the individual files are to be displayed. IT Centre reserves the right to change the way the materials are displayed.

Wireless Network Access (WI-FI)

A dedicated wireless network for conference participants can be launched. To do so, please send information about the date and location of the conference (room numbers) to and propose the name of the advertised wi-fi network. Information about the rules of logging in (including the password) will be sent back to the e-mail address.

Video recording and online sharing

Events taking place in the CNTI Auditorium can be recorded and streamed live to the Internet via It is recommended to collect the consent of the speakers to such an activity (on the part of the organizer).

Requests should be submitted by e-mail to 

Video conferencing

The building is equipped with video conferencing terminals and video conferencing software. Requests for such services should be made in advance so that the connection can be tested.

Contact and support

Technical support during the event can be reached in room 4/15 (level 4).

E-mail contact: