Due to scheduled maintenance, ProQuest Ebook Central will be unavailable on: Saturday, April 20th, from 7:00pm to 9:00pm.
Do you want to find more tools to access and analyze the resources offered by the university? Then you are very welcome to join us for the Gale Primary Sources Workshop!
In the workshop, led by Helsinki University’s own Gale Student Ambassador Pauli Kettunen, you will receive a brief introduction into the archives, as well as tips on accessing and using them for your own research.
“Gale’s numerous archives consist of monographs, photographs, and maps, as well as full runs of British and American newspapers, dating from the 18th century up until the present day, a amazing resource when studying languages, social sciences, history, theology… You name it!”
Learn to use Digital Humanities tools of Gale Digital Scholar Lab, which help you to analyze your corpus of documents with visualization tools. There is also time for workshopping your own ideas, asking questions and working together to find out how Gale’s sources could best support you in your work.
You can find the Gale resources here (if you open the link outside Helsinki University network, it requires a log in with your university account).
Time: Thursday, 28 March 2019 at 12:15 – 13:45 PM
Place: Kaisa House, Fabianinkatu 30, Computer lab 5057, 5 th floor
a) non-students by e-form
b) students at WebOodi (for University of Helsinki students only). You will find the course by the code 99914 (Advanced information seeking).
Feel free to send questions or potential topics you are interested in discussing already ahead of time, to be incorporated into the workshop, to pauli.s.kettunen (at) helsinki.fi
The workshop is bilingual, English and Finnish.
Edited: the time was earlier incorrect. The right time is: 12:15 – 13:45PM.
From the Midsummer (Fri, June 22) on, Meilahti and Viikki Campus Libraries will be closed. Main Library Kaisa House and Learning Centre Aleksandria have shorter opening hours.
Opening hours at Midsummer
Thursday, June 21
- Main Library Kaisa House open 8-18, customer service 10-18.
- Learning Centre Aleksandria open 8-17:45.
- Learning Centre Minerva open 8-15:45.
- Meilahti and Viikki Campus Libraries open 8-16, customer service 10-16.
- Kumpula Campus Library closed.
At Midsummer, June 22-24, 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.).
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 2018 in the Library.
Try BrowZine to find, follow and read your favorite scholarly journals offered by HULib – while discovering new titles along the way.
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This annual NIAS workshop on using databases for Japanese Studies is this year organized by Helsinki University Library. It is best suitable for researchers or students who know Japanese or are on the way of learning it since most of the content in the databases is in Japanese. The presentations are in English.
As usual there will be hands-on introductions by the vendors to the most important Japanese databases on AsiaPortal: JapanKnowledge, Asahi Shimbun Kikuzo, Nikkei Telecom, Japan Times and Yomidas Rekishikan. The workshop is useful both for new and more experienced users of the databases as the presentations also include new features.
Participation is free, but registration is necessary as seats are limited.
Time: Monday 11.9.2017, 10.00-15.30
Venue: Siltavuorenpenger 3 A (Athena), 3rd floor, room 302, University of Helsinki
11:00-11:10 Short Break
11:10-12:00 Asahi Shimbun Kikuzo II Visual
12:00-12:15 Japan Times Archives
12:15-13:15 Lunch Break
13:15-14:15 Nikkei Telecom
14:15-14:25 Short Break
14:25-14:30 Hokkaido University Info (in Japanese)
14:30-15:30 140 Years of The Yomiuri Shimbun
Registration: Latest 5 September to Pekka Karhula, Helsinki University Library by email to firstname.lastname@example.org For more information, please contact Pekka Karhula.
DBpia is a multidisciplinary full-text database of journal articles published by major Korean research institutions. There are over 1900 journal titles and more than 1,9 million articles included.
KRpia is a full-text database including reference works and primary sources such as dictionaries, encyclopaedias, and archival material on Korean history, literature, civilization etc.
Image: Monkey in a Peach Tree, Korea 18th c. Source: LACMA http://www.lacma.org/