Open science is rapidly developing all over the world. How are we Finns doing? By Riitta Maijala
How is the National Library promoting openness and accessibility in academic publishing?
By Esa-Pekka Keskitalo
National Library’s collaborative Aviisi project aims to make available copyright-restricted newspapers from the 20th and 21st centuries more extensively than ever before. By Pirjo Karppinen
2015 marks not only Jean Sibelius’ birth anniversary, but also the halfway point in a groundbreaking National Library project to publish more than 50 individual volumes of the great composer’s oeuvre. By Timo Virtanen
The world’s largest collection of Uralic language materials digitised.
By Jussi-Pekka Hakkarainen
As the immense renovation of the historic National Library of Finland building edges towards completion, the project’s conservation specialists reveal its challenges, surprises and significance. By Suvi Kingsley
By Juha Hakala
The Slavonic Library within the National Library of Finland houses Futurist rarities from the early 20th century.
By Tomi Huttunen
The challenge for digital libraries such as the National Library’s Finna is to create a positive user experience for audiences in diverse and undefined cultural contexts. By Molly Schwartz
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