Are you taking part in the Academy of Finland’s September call, and need help with data management planning? The Data Support at the University of Helsinki organizes research data management (RDM) basics lectures and data management plan (DMP) workshops on every UH campus during autumn 2019.
You’ll find an up-to-date course schedule on our website.
About RDM lectures and DMP workshops
RDM Basics is an introductory lecture to the key concepts and best practices of research data management. We will answer some central questions on data management, such as: How to define and describe research data? How to make them openly available and where to store them safely? A RDM Basics lecture with the same content is running throughout the year.
In the DMPTuuli workshops, we will concentrate on the best practices of research data management and hands-on training of data management planning (DMP). During the workshop we will go through the general structure of a DMP and give tips on what to write to the different sections. You can work with your own DMP with the help of experts from Data Support.
Events are open for all UH researchers, postgraduate students and staff members. The primary language of the workshop will be English. Help and instructions are also available in Finnish.
Enroll to the courses at Suffeli (SAP SuccessFactors): Home > Learning > type “RDM” to see all courses available. If you have any problems with enrollment or other questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
NB! If this is the first time you are writing a DMP or otherwise new to these issues, it is recommended that you start with the RDM Basics lecture, or otherwise acquaint yourself with the basic terminology and data management planning tool DMPTuuli. Check out our Research data management web site and guide for data documentation.
From the Midsummer, Friday June 21st on, Kumpula, Meilahti and Viikki Campus Libraries will be closed. Main Library Kaisa House and Learning Centre Aleksandria will also have shorter opening hours. From June 24th to August 25th Kaisa House is open 8:00-18:00 (customer service 10:00-18:00) on weekdays. On Saturdays, the library is closed.
Opening hours at Midsummer
Thursday, June 20
- Main Library Kaisa House is open 8-18, customer service 10-18.
- Learning Centre Aleksandria is open 8-17:45.
- Learning Centre Minerva is open 8-15:45.
- Kumpula, Meilahti and Viikki Campus Libraries are open 8-16, customer service 10-16.
At Midsummer, June 21-23, the learning centres and all library locations are closed. Aleksandria can be accessed with magnetic key during Midsummer (from 7 a.m. until 1 a.m.).
SUMMER 2019 in the Library
All Helsinki University Library’s services during the summer (eg customer service hours, loan periods, returns and reservations, HUPS and Interlibrary loans) can be found from the page SUMMER 2019 in the Library.
University of Helsinki has access to Society of Exploration Geophysicists Library, SEG Library, to the end of June.
SEG Library includes scientific journals, ebooks and abstracts of annual and global meetings. Journal of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics (JEEG) sekä Encyclopedic Dictionary of Applied Geophysics are available.
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University of Helsinki has free access to the whole JoVE until 21.6.
JoVE Video Journals include the following subject areas:
Behavior, Chemistry, Immunology and Infection, Biochemistry, Developmental Biology, Medicine, Bioengineering, Engineering, Neuroscience, Biology, Environment, Cancer Research, Genetics and Methods Collections
JoVE Science Education Videos include the following:
Basic Biology, Advanced Biology, Physics, Engineering, Chemistry, Clinical Skills, Environmental Sciences, Psychology, Lab Manual and Core.
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On Wednesday May 29th libraries are open as follows:
– Main Library 8-18, customer service 10-18
– Kumpula, Meilahti and Viikki Campus Libraries 8-16, customer service 10-16
Learning Centres Aleksandria and Minerva are open 8-17:45.
On Thursday May 30th (Ascension Day) libraries and learning centres are closed.
Aleksandria can be accessed with the magnetic key.
SUMMER 2019 in the Library
The Kaisa House’s overnight return machine has broken down and out of use from 13th until 15th of May 2019. You can return books outside of opening hours to both Kumpula and Viikki Campus Libraries.
We apologize for any inconvenience caused by this equipment failure.
Opening hours at the Kumpula, Meilahti and Viikki campus libraries in the summer are:
- 20.5.-20.6. Mon-Fri 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. (Meilahti beginning on 27.5.), customer service 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
- 21.6.-4.8. closed
- 5.8.-25.8. Mon-Fri 8 a.m. – 4 p.m., customer service 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Long loan periods will start on May 23th for books with a 28 day loan period, 6.6. for 14 day loans and 18.6. for two day loans. These elongated loan periods do not affect books loaned from the Main Library Kaisa House, as it is open whole the summer.
When the campus libraries are closed, you can contact the Main Library Kaisa House customer service at the 3rd floor which is open with regular opening hours until Midsummer. Starting on 24.6. the customer service is open Mon-Fri 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
SUMMER 2019 in the Library
On Thursday, May 16, Kumpula Campus Library’s customer service desk is closed due to the staff development day. Library premises are open and available on a self-service basis 8-18.
At the Self Service Library you can borrow and return material as well as use work stations and study.
When the customer service is closed you can not
- pay fees at the counter
- get a temporary account to the wireless network (HUPNet-accounts)
- get a key to reserved mobile storage unit
- get ID Point identification service
- get any personal instruction.
Customer service is normally open on Thursday in other library locations.
Additional information on Self-Service Library online.
Publisher try to restore the system as soon as possible.
Kaisa House, Guidance Corner
Fabianinkatu 30, lobby area
Monday, May 6 at 12-14
Are you wondering about submitting your thesis? About when you will be getting a proposal for the thesis grade? About how to publish your thesis in University’s publication repository? About where Master’s theses are archived?
Come over to Guidance Corner to ask questions and discuss on Monday, May 6 at 12-14!
Experts from the Student Services and the Library will guide you through submitting your digital Master’s thesis and give advice concerning thesis assessment, approval, publishing and archiving. If your thesis has already been approved, you can also permit its publication in the open publication repository.