The RefWorks subscription of the University of Helsinki will end by 31 December 2021. See further information about reference management tools.
RefWorks -- an online research management, writing and collaboration tool -- is designed to help researchers easily gather, manage, store and share all types of information, as well as generate citations and bibliographies.
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.
Article Level Metrics - Altmetrics
Traditional metric tools disregard new types of scholarly communication. Altmetrics can be used to measure how scholarly articles are being shared, used and discussed in the social media and publisher sites.
PlumX / University of Helsinki is an altmetric service that makes visible the impact of the publications by Helsinki University researchers. PlumX gathers the different kinds of metrics that are created when people interact with research output.
If you want to add your outputs to PlumX, contact email@example.com
The Altmetric Explorer / University of Helsinki gathers data related to journal articles from news stories, blog posts, tweets, and postings related to scholarly articles and creates a score based on information from each of the data sources examined.
Install the Altmetric Bookmarklet and get article level metrics of the papers you are reading.
Examples of databases and publishers who offer altmetric services:
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
Always retain the final draft of your article. If necessary, request it to yourself from the corresponding author.
Our instructions take notice of alignments for Open Science defined by Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture.
More information on researchers' information use on TUHAT-guide.
Select your favorite journals and search terms to create a personal 'river of science' front page loaded with latest articles and freshest information about the subjects you are interested in.
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.
Researcher, send author´s accepted manuscript file to be deposited in the library:
Please, attach also publication information (title / number) to come.
We will find out publishing policy and conditions. Additional information: article versions.
If you are unsure which version of your publication you are entitled to self-archive, send all versions to us.Versi