In Open Science afternoon Finnish research funders discuss about Plan S – an initiative to make full and immediate Open Access to research publications a reality.
At the event University of Helsinki will also reward an open science promoter. The event ends with the sounds of Finnish electronic music combined to Open Science!
Programme and event in Finnish
OPEN ACCESS WEEK 2018
The event is part of the International Open Access Week at the University of Helsinki Library, free of charge and open to everyone.
For more information on events during the International Open Access Week (22.-28.10.2018), visit the library’s Open Access event site.
There is a service break in Medic-database at the moment, 21.03.18.
Unfortunately there is no information at the moment how long the break will last.
On Saturday, 27 January 2018 10.00 pm-05.00 am, a ProQuest product maintenance window will launch worldwide to upgrade infrastructure and enhance security of Proquest products.
During this 8-hour window, most ProQuest products will be unavailable.
To maintain the currency and security of ProQuest ebook platforms, Ebook Central will be unavailable for approximately five hours beginning Saturday, December 2, 2017 at 8 p.m.
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Kaisa house library´s psychology and logopedics books will move to Meilahti from August 21st to October 1st. The books will be out of the customers’ reach at that time. All books will be back in customer use by October 2nd.
During the move, you can return books to all other library sites including the return box located on the Meilahti Campus (Haarmaninkatu 3 lobby). Loans from these collections have no due dates on September.
We apologize for the inconvenience!
We meet on October at Terkko Health Hub
Meilahti Campus Library opens October 2nd as a part of the Terkko Health Hub. The library is open Mon-Fri 8-20, customer service 10-17. Outside the desk service hours, the library serves as a Self Service Library.
There was a service break in Helka August 3rd – 4th. The database is now in use, but maintenance work is still being carried out. Any fines incurred during the break will be removed.
Loans, renewals and returns from week 31 (July 31st – August 4th) may not be correctly displayed in your account. Changes in your information may not have been updated in the database, and new cards may be inactive. If you have made reservations during this period, you should do them again. The due date for books that fell due last week and today will be moved to August 22nd to avoid unnecessary fines.
We are currently working our way through the returns. We are working as fast as we can to get the database up to date.
If your information is still not displayed correctly after August 14th, please contact the library: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are sorry for the inconvenience, thank you for your patience!
Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection´s videolectures are available at the University of Helsinki till the end of March.
The videocollection includes over 2000 lectures about following subjects: biochemistry, microbiology, neurosciences, immunology, pharmaceutical sciences, agriculture and environmental sciences.
Acland’s video atlas of human anatomy is available at the University of Helsinki. The Video Atlas provides an accessible source of knowledge for teachers and students in anatomy classes and individuals who have a need-to-know interest in human structure.