RDM Basics courses, spring 2019 (Meilahti and Viikki)

How to manage your research data effectively? How to define and describe research data and materials? How to make them openly available and where to store them safely? How to use DMPTuuli in research data management planning? These and other basic questions will be answered in a RDM basics (Research Data Management) lecture.

RDM Basics (Meilahti)

Lectures at Terkko Health Hub (Haartmanninkatu 4), PC-classroom, 1st floor.

February 26th, 9:30-11
March 21st, 9:30-11

Tutkimusdatan hallinnan perusteet (Viikki) In Finnish

Place: Infokeskus Korona, Viikinkaari 11, opetusluokka 139
Time: 5.3.2018 klo 10-12

RDM Basics (Viikki)

Place: Infocenter Korona, Viikinkaari 11, lecture room 139
Time: March 19th, 13-15 pm

The primary language of the lecture will be English except the lecture 5.3. in Viikki.
Target group: University of Helsinki researchers, graduate students and staff.

Enrollments

Enrollments in Henkka: http://www.helsinki.fi/trainingcalendar
You find our courses in Henkka beneath the topic: Digital tools and procedures, Arranging Organisation: Helsinki University Library.
Contact: datasupport@helsinki.fi if you have any problems or questions about enrollment.

If you are new to these issues, it is recommended that you start with the RDM basics and only after that attend the DMPTuuli workshop which are organized twice a year – next time during the March and April 2019,  when the Academy of Finland call will be open. See all our courses and workshops: http://libraryguides.helsinki.fi/rdm/courses-workshops

Further help

Further help in research data management is provided by the University of Helsinki DataSupport via email at datasupport@helsinki.fi

Guides:

RDM Basics courses, spring 2019 (City Centre)

How to manage your research data effectively? How to define and describe research data and materials? How to make them openly available and where to store them safely?  How to use DMPTuuli in research data management planning? These and other basic questions will be answered in a RDM basics (Research Data Management) lecture.

RDM Basics (City Centre), spring 2019
lectures in the 5th  floor IT class of Kaisa house (5057)
January 15th, 14-16 pm
February 12th, 10-12 am
March 20th, 12-14 pm
April 16th, 14-16 pm
May 16th, 12-14 pm
June 19th, 10-12 am

The primary language of the lecture will be English. Target group: University of Helsinki researchers.

Enrollments in Henkka: http://www.helsinki.fi/trainingcalendar
You find our courses in Henkka when you choose topic: Digital tools and procedures or Arranging Organisation: Helsinki University Library.
Contact: datasupport@helsinki.fi if you have any problems or questions about enrollment.

Research Data Management spring 2019 courses

If you are new to these issues, it is recommended that you start with the RDM basics and only after that attend the DMPTuuli workshop which are organized twice a year – mainly when the calls of the Academy of Finland are open. See all our courses and workshops: http://libraryguides.helsinki.fi/rdm/courses-workshops

Further help in research data management is provided by the University of Helsinki DataSupport via email at datasupport@helsinki.fi

Guides:
Research Data Management
Datanhallinnan perusopas
Making a research project understandable – Guide for data documentation

TUHAT-clinics start Jan 8th @ Kaisa House

During  the January 2019 library offers support for University of Helsinki annual research reporting. Library organizes support clinics for researchers and personnel focusing on reporting into research information system TUHAT.

 TUHAT-clinics
  • Kaisa House January 8th 10-12 or 24th 14-16, pc-room 5057
  • Meilahti January 14th 14-16, Terkko pc-classroom
  • Kumpula Campus library January 15th 13-15, library classroom G108b
  • Viikki January 18th 10-12, pc-classroom 170, Info Centre Korona, 1st floor

No preregistration needed. You can just pop in or stay as long as you wish.

Don´t forget our online guide and support service:

Exception to opening hours on Independence Day December 5th-6th

Library’s opening hours on Wednesday, Dec 5th :itsenäisyyspäivä
– Main Library Kaisa House 8 am – 6 pm (customer service 10 am – 6 pm)
– Kumpula, Meilahti and Viikki Campus Libraries 8 am – 4 pm (customer service 10 am – 4pm)
– Learning Centre Minerva 8 am – 5.45 pm
– Learning Centre Aleksandria 8 am – 5.45 pm.

NB! Meilahti Campus Library closes earlier also on Tuesday 4.12.

On Independence Day Dec 6th all facilities are closed. Aleksandria can be accessed with a magnetic key.

Library’s opening hours during the turn of the year

Print in City Service to Replace Unigrafia Cardboard Printing Cards

The copying and printing service with the Unigrafia cardboard cards (so called Magna Card)  is terminated at the Helsinki University Library. The new Print in City service replaces cardboard printing cards. With Print in City service, you can print, copy, and scan. The creation of separate guest IDs no longer needed for printing. Continue reading “Print in City Service to Replace Unigrafia Cardboard Printing Cards”

BrowZine – browse scholarly journals across the disciplines

Kuvituskuva: BrowZineBrowzine brings all Helsinki University Library´s scholarly journal content together and allows you to access and browse e-journals in one interface.

Create a personal bookshelf

BrowZine makes it easy to build your customized bookshelf of favorite journals. To your bookshelf you can add articles from your preferred journals. You can also receive alerts when new articles become available and share article links with others by email, Twitter or bibliographic management systems.

BrowZine is also available for iOS and Android mobile devices. You can read your articles with remote access or download and save them to your device, when the articles can be accessed offline.

Read more on BrowZine on the library website

 

 

Research Data Management basics – sign up for the courses on 23.10., 22.11. and 11.12.

How to define and describe research data and materials? How to make them openly available and where to store them safely?  How to use DMPTuuli in research data management planning?

These and other basic questions will be answered in a RDM basics (Research Data Management) lecture. RDM basics lectures with the same content is running throughout the year. Lectures are open for University of Helsinki students and personnel.

Edit 14.8.2018: UNFORTUNATELY ALL SESSIONS FOR THE FALL TERM 2018 ARE NOW FULLY BOOKED. The schedule for the spring term 2019 RDMBasics lectures will be announced by the end of the year. Please, follow the Datasupport Courses & workshop event calendar.

RDM basics lectures / late fall 2018
Kaisa House, It class (5057), 5th floor

Tuesday October 23, 10-12 am
Thursday November 22, 12-2 pm
Tuesday December 11, 10-12 am

Enrollments: https://elomake.helsinki.fi/lomakkeet/90393/lomake.html

The primary language of the lecture will be English. Help and instructions are also available in Finnish.

See all the courses: http://libraryguides.helsinki.fi/rdm/courses-workshops

The lectures are organized by the University of Helsinki DataSupport.