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How to register in MUEP - step by step

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Student Essay

  1. Go to www.mah.se/muep. Click on Login under the heading My account on the right side of the page.
  2. Log in with your username and password, the same as you use when logging into the university network. If you have forgotten your computer username and/or password, please contact the Helpdesk. If you want to publish an essay after you have left the university, contact muep@mah.se to get a guest login.
  3. When you have logged in, click on Start a New Submission.
  4. Select the collection you want to submit your essay to. You will find your programme/course in the list starting with Student Essays / . Click Next to continue.Screen Print Collections
  5. The next step is to accept the license whereby you agree to your essay being made available online. You of course retain the right to your work. Check the box next to I grant the license then click Next.
  6. Next, describe your essay: author, title, keywords, abstract etc. Click Next.
  7. Upload your PDF file. Use Browse to find and select the file you wish to upload. Click Upload file & add another then Next.
  8. On the following page, you can make alterations to your submission if necessary. When you are satisfied that it is accurate and complete, click Complete submission.Screen Print submit 
  9. When you have completed the registration, a notification email is sent to your course/programme administrator who will check and approve the registration and publish the essay. You will then get a confirmation email.

You will be able to see your essay when it is awaiting approval by the administrator under the heading Submissions being reviewed . If your essay is instead visible under the heading Unfinished submissions then you have not completed your registration (or it has been sent back as incomplete by the administrator but you will receive an email in that case). To complete the registration, click on the essay title and click through the steps above once more.

Last updated by Kristina Ericson