Opening on Tuesday, December 1st at 1 pm – 4 pm
Siltavuorenpenger 5A, Floor K2
Opening program: Circuit training Presentations are in Finnish.
Ring 1: CleverTouch screen demo
Ring 2: E-point: Electronic library at your disposal
Ring 3: Office365: How to make a group work room reservation and what else is Office365
Ring 4: Ask the librarian! Tell us your experiences, greetings, feedback, wishes about the Learning Centre.
Group work area, computers, mobile storage units, reading places
The redesigned group work and reading areas will open at last at Siltavuorenpenger. Feel free to explore and test facilities! We welcome your comments and experiences: the librarian is present at 1 pm – 3 pm on Wed-Thu Dec 3rd-4th and on Tue-Thu Dec 8th-10th.
Entrance to the Learning Centre is at K2 floor, next to the Minerva Square. The space is available weekdays between 8 am – 7:45 pm. Furnishing of The Learning Centre is still in progress, so installations of sofas and computers may cause some inconvenience.
Would you like to know more about open science and data management? The University of Helsinki organizes an Open Access Workshop on Tuesday 20th October. The workshop gives an opportunity for young researchers to get to know more about data management and green open access. You’ll also have an opportunity to consult an international data service team.
The Open Science Workshop day begins with six presentations on open science. Speakers include specialists from CSC, and Lars Holm Nielsen, who is a software engineer at CERN and developer of Zenodo, an innovative research data management service. Ivo Grigorov from Denmark will speak on the effects of Horizon 2020 on Open Science.
After the presentations there will be several different workshops with topics such as how to make a data management plan, research data and open access, how to find the most suitable data repository and describing and sharing research data.
The Open Science Workshop will be held at the University of Helsinki learning environment Minerva Plaza at Siltavuorenpenger 5 A. The event starts at 10 am and is in English.
The workshop is fully booked at the moment, but you can ask about cancellations by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
From October 4th until November 29th the library will be open from 11 am to 5 pm on Sundays, with the exception of the Halloween weekend (Saturday October 31st and Sunday November 1st), during which the building will be closed. Entrance on Sundays from Fabianinkatu and by lift from Kaisaniemikatu (1st floor) or from Helsinki University metrostation (floor K1).
Learning environment at your service
On Sundays, Kaisa House will work as self-service library. The collections and facilities are available to customers on floors 2-7. The service area on the 3rd floor and the underground floors (K4, K3, K2) will be closed. Phone service will be available and we are happy to help you with reservations pick-ups and any problems using the self-service facilities.
On Saturdays, Kaisa House is open from 11 am to 5 pm. The opening hours were moved one hour forwards based on customer feedback. Especially on weekends, most customers arrive only after midday, and the weekend mornings have been very quiet.
The Learning Centre Aleksandria accessible with magnetic key all Sunday
Learning Centre Aleksandria (Fabianinkatu 26) is open weekdays from 8 am to 7:45 pm, on Saturdays from 11 am to 4:45 pm and closed on Sundays. Students at the University of Helsinki are able to access the Learning Centre outside these opening hours from 7 am until 1 am with a magnetic key obtainable from the IT User Accounts service point in the library. More information about using Aleksandria outside normal opening hours in Flamma intranet.
Oikeustieteellisen tutkimustiedon äärelle pääset nyt myös suomenkielisen oppaan avulla, kun tieteenalaopas kotimaisesta oikeudesta valmistui. Ennestään oikeudellisen tiedon tarvitsijoille on kirjastomme asiantuntijat koonneet jo englanninkieliset oppaat European Law ja Law.