We have designed two more guides on Art studies :
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More practical library guides relevant to Art Studies:
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ResearchGuides – Library’s information sources from various research fields, expert librarians and help guides
The ResearchGuides lists a selection of major information resources in various research fields provided by the Library. ResearchGuides collects library’s information sources and services from the viewpoint of each research field. It is targeted especially for researchers and advanced students.
AccessPharmacy contains pharmacological e-books, e-textbooks and video tutorials.
Neurology collection contains neurological e-books and video tutorials.
Three volumes of the series Handbooks of Japanese Language and Linguistics are now available.
Handbook of Japanese phonetics and phonology
Handbook of Japanese psycholinguistics
Handbook of the Ryukyuan languages
See more e-books about Japanese language in BookNavigator:
East Asian Languages – Japanese
Bloomsbury Collections provide thousands of e-books in the fields of humanities, education, social sciences, law, religious studies and theology. Both quite recent research monographs and classics are included.
Now those of our customers who took advantage of the trial for Ancient Commentators on Aristotele have now a chance to return to this book series again.
Feedback as comment or by e-mail e-library[at]helsinki.fi
The library´s digitization is evolving and now printed materials are, especially in Kumpula, just a small part of our collections. In addition to full coverage in ResearchGuides, all campus fields are now also listed in the BookNavigator e-book service!
It complements the existing Helka catalogue by offering a modern, easy to use, and mobile friendly way of browsing the library´s e-book collections.
You can browse e-books by release date, popularity or even tags. Field subcategories are still under development and will be updated throughout the semester.
KRpia is a full-text collection of Korean research articles, historical resources, reference works, etc.
Feedback as comment or by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Trial access to Books24x7 provides over 13 000 IT e-book. Books can be browsed by subject categories. One of the categories is Computer Science. The focus of the selection seems to be in books on varying IT applications.
Feedback is welcome: e-library[at]helsinki.fi
We have trial access to over 250 e-books and 4 e-journals from Wageningen Academic Publishers. The books are mainly in the fields of Viikki Campus. There are essential scientific books and journals in animal husbandry, veterinary sciences, plant production and food sciences. The staff and students in other campuses can find interesting reading among them, too.
The books can be browsed by subject categories:
Animal Sciences | Environmental Sciences | Plant Sciences |
Food and Health Sciences | Social Sciences
Among journals can be mentioned especailly Journal of Insects as Food or Feed . It deals with the research in the hot conversation topic. The rest 4 are : Beneficial Microbes, Comparative Excercise Fysiology, Quality Assurance and Safety of Crops & Foods and World Mycotoxin Journal.
Trial period: September 2 – October 31. Your feedback is welcome: e-library[at]helsinki.fi
Our old customers have get used to write their HELKA card numbers as username and their surname as password when borrowing Ellibs e-textbooks. The new form they have encountered this autumn when trying to access Ellibs e-books have made some of them to think that they ought to use their PIN code as password.
REMEMBER: The old “tradition” is continuing in the borrowing of Ellibs textbooks:
Username: HELKA card number
See the PrintScreen image of the confusing form below:
Around 500 new words, phrases, and senses have entered the Oxford English Dictionary in this quarter’s update. You can read more about the new and revised words and meanings in the article by Katherine Connor Martin, Head of US Dictionaries.
There are a few other interesting articles about additions on the public pages of OED as well as the full list of new word entries.