The library professionals are working remotely for the most part. You can contact them normally by email or phone. Contact information can be found on the website or University of Helsinki People Finder.
All library service emails are operating normally. Please note that in the customer service there may be longer waiting period in these exceptional circumstances.
During the exceptional situation, you can study information seeking by taking online courses or via various learning materials.
If you need online advice how to seek information or use resources, you may book a time for remote information seeking. You will find the instructions and link to the booking calendar on the remote guidance website.
You can browse the library course selection at the Instructions for students.
The library supports Open Education and the use of open learning materials during the exceptional situation.
Where to find textbooks and learning materials that are Open Access? Where can I publish my textbooks or learning materials openly?
The Open Science experts at Helsinki University Library have collected information on open education and learning for the use of teachers.
What does Kopiosto’s copying license enable?
The Digital Repository of the University of Helsinki contains textbooks that are openly available.
The Library of Open Educational Resources is a platform for using and sharing learning materials.
The Helsinki University Library provides the Editori service for open journal publishing and learning scientific publishing practices.
Think Open Digest's special issue on Open Education is aimed at teachers working at higher education institutions. The issue presents articles, services, tools, guides, and recommendations related to the theme of open education and learning.
Do you want to ask about open learning materials or textbooks? Do you need advice on Open Education? Do you want to share your own tips on Open Education? You may contact library’s expertsvia the online form.
Services for open access publishing, research data management as well as services for publication metrics, visibility and Tuhat-reporting are available to university members as usual.
You can reach our specialists by email, phone or online (Teams-chat or a call).
Tuhat-info customer service for annual research reporting is available by phone, email and Yammer.
Remember also our wide collection of thematic and subject guides.
As a member of the University community you can submit an acquisition proposal normally. However, only electronic material can be made available for the time being.
Customers' interlibrary orders and acquisition proposals are tried to handle as usual. However, the exceptional situation may cause limitations.
Research Data Management basic lectures (RDM basics) and Data Management Plan workshops (DMP workshops) are arranged remotely.
RDM basic lectures will be held via zoom. Please, see the schedule & sign up for the course for we send the link only for those who have signed up.
These webinars will be arranged aroud the actual calls (on April and September), see the schedule & sign up.
In addition to Data Management Plan workshops (DMP workshops) UH Data support provides personal guidance with Data Management Plans. Please, contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Data Support at the University of Helsinki assists researchers on the management of research data. Contact: email@example.com