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Do you feel overwhelmed by all that excessive information that is available? Take control of your information seeking by participating in the online course Information Seeking and Management for Master’s Thesis Writer.
The course Information Seeking and Management for Master’s Thesis Writer 2018-2019 is now open.
Information Seeking and Management for Master’s Thesis Writer
This course is primarily aimed at students preparing to start working on their master’s thesis. However, the course is open free of charge to everybody that are interested in the topic.
As a course prerequisite, it is recommended to recap the University of Helsinki Student’s Digital Skills (formerly ICT Driving License) information seeking content before joining this course.
The course helps you to seek information, manage references and evaluate sources in a manner relevant to your thesis. In addition, you will be able to identify the most common indicators used in research evaluation, define the legal and ethical use of information resources and understand the basics of Open Science.
Log in using your University of Helsinki account using Haka login.
If you do not have an account from a Finnish university or research institute, you create a new user ID on mooc.helsinki.fi.
If you log in as a guest, you can only look at the course material and not participate in the course.
See also the library autumn course calendar for other information seeking and management courses.