Digital learning - Information for students

There are various IT systems for the organisation of your studies:

  • LSF for course planning, examination planning and results. You can find the access here.

For courses that will only take place online in the summer semester 2020 until further notice, we use the following platforms:

  • Stud.IP: For administration of courses by the lecturers, digital communication, provision of learning materials.
  • Zoom: Conducting online courses - "live meetings”, collaborative work.
  • ILIAS: Learning management system of the university, provision of teaching and self-study materials, tests and exercises, digital exam


In Stud.IP you can find all courses of a semester. Please be sure to register for all courses you want to attend. As long as there is no classroom teaching, the participant lists in Stud.IP are the only way lecturers can contact you.

Stud.IP runs on the servers of our IT Service Centre. You can log in with your university account.

Online Courses/ Zoom

Online courses of the Harz University are conducted via the platform Zoom. To participate in online courses you do not need a Zoom Account. If you would like to use Zoom yourself, you can register for Zoom yourself with your university account via the Single Sign-On.

First steps

Getting started on Windows and Mac

Join a meeting

Schedule a meeting

The university has a limited number of full licenses, which are to be used primarily for teaching. If you need a license to conduct meetings, workgroup sessions or similar, please contact your lecturer.


ILIAS is the learning management system of Harz University of Applied Sciences. ILIAS enables the digital provision of teaching and learning materials in connection with small-scale learning reviews and tests as well as the digital execution of exams. If there are materials available in ILIAS for your course, you can access ILIAS directly from Stud.IP via the menu item "Learning modules".



If you have physical or mental handicaps that interfere with your learning - especially with digital teaching and learning - the university may be able to offer you individual help. If you have any questions, please contact Regina Bernhardt, the university's Representative for Students and Staff with Disabilities or Chronic Illnesses.