Publisher try to restore the system as soon as possible.
– Main Library, Kaisa House 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. (customer service 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.)
– Kumpula, Meilahti and Viikki Campus Libraries 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. (customer service 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.)
On Wednesday, May 1st, all library facilities and learning centres are closed.
There is no night use in the Learning Centre Aleksandria between 5:45 p.m. on Tuesday, April 30th and 4 p.m. on Wednesday, May 1st.
Access to several 2019 publications in Oxford Handbooks Online is now available permanently in the University of Helsinki network.
New content has been acquired for these subject areas:
The annual collections include the books published completely in 2019 and articles in the books the content of which grows during several years.
Monthly updates will introduce individual Handbook chapters prior to their release in print, online-only essays on emerging areas of research and updated versions of all articles.
The books will be catalogued in the Helka database.
You can send feedback by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
On Maundy Thursday (April 18th), the libraries are open as follows:
– Kaisa House 8 a.m. – 6 p.m (customer service 10 a.m. – 6 p.m).
– Kumpula, Terkko and Viikki 8 a.m. – 4 p.m (customer service 10 a.m. – 4 p.m).
Workshop – Speed up your literature discovery & review with Iris.ai 25.-26.04.2019
Do you need help in your research or thesis writing process? Are you challenged with the overwhelming volume of published scientific research? Join the workshop at your campus and get started with Iris.ai – your science assistant.
The Iris.ai team will guide you how to semi-automate the discovery and literature review parts of your research process. In this workshop you’ll learn to create your first exploration maps, refine the results, and compile a reading list with the help of the artificial intelligence assistant.
Who is it for?
The event is open and free for all University of Helsinki students, researchers and staff members. During the 2-hour workshop you will see a demo of how to get started with your Iris.ai Premium account and put the tools to the test. This is also a great opportunity to ask questions and receive invaluable support from Iris.ai team.
When and where?
Iris.ai and Helsinki University Library host free workshop sessions at each campus. See the schedule below:
On Thursday, April 25th 2019
10:00-12:00 Viikki Campus: Infokeskus Korona, lecture hall 171
13:00-15:00 Kumpula Campus: Kumpula Exactum, CK107
On Friday, April 26th 2019
10:00-12:00 Meilahti Campus: Terkko Health Hub, Auditorium
13:00-15:00 City Center Campus: Main Library Kaisa-talo, Kaisa-sali
Spaces are limited so claim your free ticket soon! Bring your own device!
Do you wish to learn the best practices of research data management and get hands-on training of data management planning (DMP)? Take part in the DMPTuuli workshop!
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 go through the Academy of Finland’s current DMP template (see Academy’s Call texts, under Upcoming calls). The DMPs are drafted with DMPTuuli (data management planning tool) – please, sign up for DMPTuuli account in advance!
Workshops are open and free of charge for all UH students, researchers and staff members. The primary language of the workshop will be English. Help and instructions are also available in Finnish.
DMPTuuli workshops / Spring 2019
City Centre Campus
The 5th floor IT class of Kaisa house (5057)
- Tuesday 2 April at 12 pm–2 pm
- Monday 8 April at 10 am–12 pm
- Wednesday 17 April at 2 pm–4 pm
The 1st floor PC-classroom of Terkko Health Hub (Haartmaninkatu 4)
- Tuesday 2 April at 1 pm–3 pm
Infocenter Korona (Viikinkaari 11 A)
- Friday 5 April at 9 am–11 am (IT class 139) – bring your own laptop!
Enrollments & more information
Enrollments in Henkka: http://www.helsinki.fi/trainingcalendar. You find our courses in Henkka “Training program” beneath the Topic: “Digital tools and procedures”, and Arranging organisation: “Helsinki University Library”.
The workshops are organized by the University of Helsinki DataSupport. Contact us (email@example.com) if you have any problems or questions about enrollment.
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 DMPTuuli. See all our courses and workshops: http://libraryguides.helsinki.fi/rdm/courses-workshops. Check out also our guides:
Practical Research and Academic Skills Videos available until 12.4 in the University of Helsinki.
This collection of streaming video on the SAGE Research Methods platform offers support on the practical skills that you need to successfully complete your research. Key areas such as writing a research proposal, planning and designing a research project, and securing ethical approval are explicitly covered. Practical skills such as project management, writing for publication, presenting work, and building networks are also presented through helpful explanatory videos.
Feedback you can send to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Chicago Manual of Style Online is available in the University of Helsinki until 30.4.
The Chicago Manual of Style Online is the venerable, time-tested guide to style, usage, and grammar in an accessible online format.
Feedback you can write to email@example.com
All Oxford Scholarship Online e-books are available to the students and staff of the University until 31st March 2019.
There are more than 15 000 e-books on various subjects, the focus being, however, on the disciplines of the city centre campus. New titles will be added monthly.
The most popular books will be acquired permanently to the library’s collection in the spring 2019. (Further information on the acquisition model ->)
The books are catalogued in HELKA.
You can send feedback by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Everybody can browse the information about the publications and research activities of the University of Helsinki researchers in a public portal. Through the research portal, one can get information about the experts, publications, projects and other activities of the multidisciplinary university. Several publications can also be read openly.
Members of the research community for example add their publications and fields of science annually. We recommend that researchers also connect their ORCID identifier to their TUHAT-profile (requires UH-user login). The research information must this year be added by the January 31. The University uses the system for the reporting to the Ministry of Education and Culture and uses the collected data for example in research evaluations.
Researcher, check from our video or from the guide how you add the information to the system.
You can also participate in our last TUHAT-clinic session at the Kaisa House January 24th, 14-16 o´clock.