Welcome On the left column of this page you have a quick access to our library databases, digital bibliographies, technical guides and services for researchers. On the right column, you find contact information and links for acquisition proposals and interlibrary loans. In turn, this central column provides you with dictionaries, online style manuals and reference tools.
Articles and journals Access to printed journals and electronic journal databases, including the article feeds of the high-ranking journals of the field.
Books Access to printed and digital collections of modern research literature, including Ebrary, Google Books, DOAB, online dissertations and our latest acquisitions.
Digital archives and other resources Access to classical sources and digitally archived literature, including both toll access and open access collections; access to electronic repositories as well as to some important home pages of scholars and institutions.
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ORCID provides a persistent digital identifier that distinguishes you from every other researcher. Include your ORCID identifier in any research workflow to ensure you get credit for your work. In the future, using ORCID will reduce the need to enter data into a variety of different systems.
The University hopes that every researcher registers for an ORCID ID for publications, datasets, and other research outputs.
Create an ORCID id or add an existing ORCID id in your TUHAT profile, see instructions .
ORCID and other IDs
EndNote has been purchased for the use of staff and students on the university's computers. Staff may also use EndNote on their computers at home. The installation media for the program can be found in the software distribution service in the software portal in the university network.
Mendeley is a free reference manager and academic social network that can help you organize your research, collaborate with others online, and discover the latest research. More info at Mendeley website.
Zotero 5.0 is a free of charge program that anyone can download on their computer. Zotero Connector is a browser extension allowing you to save content to Zotero. More info at Zotero website and Zotero Quick Start Guide.
Electronic resources are available in the network of University of Helsinki or through remote access. Accessing the electronic resources from outside the library locations via a remote connection requires a University user account.