After logging in, the user enters the home page of the website.
The home page consists of four main parts:
Left menu switch (three lines)
This icon allows you to enable / disable the menu on the left.
Language menu (next to the Pegaz logo)
This pull-down menu allows you to switch the language in which the platform will be displayed. Of course, this only applies to the platform’s own elements, such as the menu, footers, tips in dialog boxes, etc, but will not translate the course content provided by the teacher.
ATTENTION! As a teacher, you can force the language in which the platform will be displayed in your course. After such a change, the participants who enter the course will see the platform elements in this language, and they will not be able to change it.
You can read more about forcing the platform language change in the Course format section.
Notification icon (bell icon)
Shows if new notifications have been sent to you.
After clicking on this icon you can see all notifications, and by clicking on the gear icon within the pull-down menu you can specify which notifications you want to receive.
You can read more about this in the Messages and notifications section.
Message Icon (speech bubble icon)
After clicking on this icon you can see all messages sent to you by Pegaz users, and by clicking on the gear icon within the pull-down menu you can specify from whom you want to receive Pegaz messages.
You can read more in the Messages and notifications section.
Profile Area (your name and portrait icon)
In addition to your data, it also contains a menu where you can view your profile and modify it, see the full list of your courses, and all your entries in the discussion forums.
You can read more in the section: User profile
The menu on the left side of the screen allows you to quickly navigate within the website. It includes a link to the home page, a calendar, and a list of your current courses.
The content of this menu will change depending on which part of the website you are in. For example, on the main page of a course, the fields related to this course will appear.
You can view the list of all your courses in progress, as well as past and future courses*). It is also possible here to view a timeline of designated dates from the courses you conduct (which may also include dates from any courses in which you are a participant, if this is the case).
*)Future courses will only appear if the unit’s secretariat has initialised the course in USOS, and at least 24 hours have passed since then, and the course has not yet started (before the start of the semester) or the planned start of the course according to USOS falls in the next semester.
In the footer of the website there are links to reset the basic user guide of the platform and to return to the Home Page.