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Corporate IT Environment

VSUES Corporate Information Environment (CIE) provides IT support for VSUES operations. The CIE combines network, computing and information resources created and used by the University. The environment helps to apply advanced IT solutions to facilitate the University management and its academic activities.

VSUES Information Environment functions are:

  • to provide access to the University's central information resources and telematic services to registered users;
  • to automate the University operations and activities;
  • to provide access to external information resources and services.

VSUES CIE Functions

The CIE is an integrated environment which facilitates the conduct of University business operations.

  • Management of the University Electronic Campus includes:
    • Developed VIE infrastructure that units all the University branch offices into a single network; established connections with other educational institutions, including federal education institutions, departments and boards.
    • Centrally managed controlled access to the University information resources or services granted  to any employee, student or parent of a student, graduate or schoolchild as well as other external users
    • Telematic services such as the Internet and an e-mail
    • Monitoring the University's resources, services and servers
    • Access to the University's premises provided by personal ID cards
  • Management of the University includes:
    • Personnel and  Organizational Structure Management; Staff Scheduling
    • Electronic system of document flow
    • Management Accounting
    • GIS-based Buildings Cadastre
    • Dormitories
    • Progress and Planning Reports
    • Issuing And Processing Requests And Applications
    • Content Management (VSUES main website, web-pages of the University Departments)
  • Finance Management:
    • Accounting
    • Payroll Management
    • Staff Work Time Logging
    • Monthly Premium Payments
    • Tuition-based Education Programs
    • Scholarship
    • Inventories
    • Budgeting
  • Educational Management:
    • Educational Programs
    • Enrollment Campaign
    • Students
    • Curricular, Curricular-related Student Groups
    • The FSES Formal Requirements (credits, academic hours, compulsory courses)
    • The FSES Content Requirements (expertise, knowledge, skills)
    • Competency Model of a Graduate
    • Academic Courses and Related Skills and Knowledge
    • Generating Standard and Customized Educational Programs based on State Educational Standard II requirements
    • Generating Standard and Customized Educational Programs based on Federal State Educational Standard requirements
    • Curricular Analysis for compliance with FSES formal and content requirements
    • Academic Calendar
    • Students’ Individual Learning Trajectory
    • Teaching Hours per Faculty
    • Staff Workload Scheduling
    • Faculty Workloads
    • Monitoring of Teachers’ Absenteeism
    • Faculty Teaching Loads Reports
    • Schedules of Classes, Exam Periods, and Events
    • Students' Academic Performance Rating
    • Availability of Academic Materials
    • Faculty Performance Rating
    • Faculty Member Performance Rating
  • Academic Activities:
    • E-learning
    • IT support for Standardized Tests
    • Full-Text Academic Materials Depository
    • Video Lectures
    • Webinars
  • Research Management:
    • Postgraduate Educational Programs
    • Postgraduate Acceptance 
    • Postgraduates
    • Postgraduate's Academic Records
    • Research Papers and Theses
    • Research Projects Progress
    • Conferences
  • Conferences
  • Adaptability: it is the ability of an environment to adapt itself effectively and fast to changing circumstances by altering the definition or routing of a running process.
  • Adaptivity: it is the ability of an environment to monitor and adjust its own operations in response to changes within and outside the environment.
  • Data Integration
  • Hardware and Software Integration
  • User Integration
  • Operations and Activities Integration
  • Branch Offices Integration
  • Other Educational Institutions Integration
  • User, Hardware or Software Scalability

VSUES Information Environment is based on the principles:

To create a corporate information environment one should take the following key steps:

  • to generate organizational structure
  • to build University's information infrastructure and corporate computer network
  • to automate business processes and activities

Main Features of VIE

Key features of the VSUES Corporate Information Environment are: its adaptable automated business processes; employment of various technologies; user, data and software integration; access provided to all types of users, including employees, students and external users (i.e., graduates, parents, employers, etc.). The Environment is built upon principles of adaptability, scalability and integration capacity.