Students in LMS

Learning platform

On the learning platform, students and teachers meet and work. The platform contains tools for information, communication, and collaboration, as well as the teacher’s tools for administration.

Linnaeus University's learning platform is called MyMoodle. You reach your course pages on the learning platform by logging in to Lnu.se/Student.

There is also a direct address, http://mymoodle.lnu.se Log in using your student account (username and password). If you do not have a student account or cannot remember your password, read more about Student account.

Receive notifications from your course room on your mobile phone

Through Linnaeus University’s student app, you can get notifications from your course rooms and from the University Library, etc. Read more and download the student app here.

MyMoodle also offers an app for smartphones and tablet computers.
Moodle Mobile for iOS
Moodle Mobile for Android

Do you need technical support?

Contact IT office

 

Some IT educations use the learning platform CoursePress

In many respects, the platform is open, meaning that you do not have to log in to take part of much of the information. However, in order to get the full experience and in order to take part in course-related discussions, you must log in using your student account.

All information you need about the course or programme that you are studying can be found on the learning platform. For communication, Adobe Connect is used as a supplement.

The following courses and programmes use CoursePress as their primary learning platform:

  • Web programmers

Home page CoursePress
Course room for web programmers

Earlier learning platforms have been shut down

On February 1, 2016, the final step was taken in the phasing out of the earlier learning platforms Moodle 1.9, Moodle 2, Learngate and Blackboard (with My Lnu). As from February 1, 2016, the information in the old course rooms is not accessible at all – the old servers have been removed from the server environment at Linnaeus University.

In accordance with the Swedish Archives Act, course rooms are to be kept for two years following completion of a course.