Student Online Resources

Campus Portal

To access links to technology resources on campus, the campus portal (http://campus.elms.edu) is the default home page in the computer labs and classrooms.  The portal contains links to Gmail, Blazernet and Moodle, just to name a few. 

Activate Your Elms College User ID

Your User ID grants you access to the Elms College network and various other computing and academic resources.  To activate your new Elms account, you must first enroll in the Password Manager System, a self-service tool for registering new accounts and unlocking, resetting, and changing passwords in the event credentials are forgotten or compromised.

To activate your account, refer to the paper provided to you by the IT department and complete the go to the Password Manager program at https://pwmanager.elms.edu.

Google Apps (Gmail)

Elms College has chosen Google Apps for Education (Gmail) for its email, calendaring, and collaboration platform.  Students are required to perform a security validation and password change before accessing new Gmail accounts.  The validation process is managed through the Password Manager Program noted above. 

NOTE: When you change your Elms College password via the password manager system, the password will also change for your network, Gmail, Blazernet, and Moodle accounts.

Blazernet

Blazernet is the online student information system at Elms College.  Blazernet makes it easy for students to securely access online academic information from any location.  Students can login to Blazernet with their Elms College Users ID and password to view:

  • Class schedules
  • Grades
  • Course offerings
  • Transcript and Degree Audit
  • Billing and Financial Information

Moodle

Moodle is the Learning Management System, or virtual classroom environment that professors and students use for online learning and collaboration at Elms College. 

How We Use  Moodle

Professors organize and post digital content for students in each course. Information and materials include:

  • Syllabi
  • Assignments
  • Power Point presentations
  • Videos and web links
  • Discussions
  • Quizzes
  • Surveys

Viewing Your Moodle Courses

Students are assigned a Moodle classroom for each course in which they are enrolled.  Moodle courses will appear under the “Courses” section after you are officially enrolled in a class through the Registrar’s office.  Add/Drops will appear the following business day.