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Library's guide for new employees

Use Hanna to find literature

Hanken's search service Hanna gives you access to a wide range of materials through only one search. Through one and the same search box, you can reach:

  • printed materials (only materials available in Helsinki), and
  • electronic materials, such as e-books, theses, scholarly articles in full text, and databases.

Watch the video below to get started using Hanna. The tutorial (1:33) is made at the Hanken library.

Note that staff and students in Vaasa use the Vaasa city library's search service to search for printed books in the library.

E-books

At Hanken library, you have access to more than 700,000 e-books via various e-book platforms including Perlego and Ebook central.

Note that not all e-books are available through the Hanna search service. Some books are only found directly from the e-book platform's user interface.

Perlego logo Ebook central logo Biblio logo Alma talent logo Ebsco ebooks logo  MOT logo

Visit the library's LibGuide on E-books for more information on:

  • the different platforms you have access to,
  • instructions on how to find e-books,
  • instructions on how to download e-books, and 
  • acquisition and use of e-books in teaching (important for teachers to know about).

Scientific article databases at Hanken

Hanken library offers access to the following licensed scientific article databases. You can access them remotely, 24/7, with your Hanken-ID. Follow the links below, or search for the databases through Hanna:

Electronic newspapers

Google Scholar

Google Scholar Search

A free web search engine for scientific publications.

Library training, search help and guidance

Library training and information searching classes are integrated in the curriculum for Hanken's first year students. Information searching and referencing workshops designed to support your studies are also offered throughout the academic year. These workshops are available to everyone, no matter study year or background.

Library's open workshops 2022-2023 Date Location Registration
       
Learn to efficiently search for journal articles 22.9 at 8:30-10:00 online (Teams) Recording found here, slides found here
Referencing: do it right and do it quick 23.9 at 8:30-10:00 online (Teams) Recording found here, slides found here
Formatting in MS Word for students writing their thesis 23.9 at 12.30-14.00 online (Teams) Register here
Formatting in MS Word for students writing their thesis 29.9 at 8.30-10.00 Vaasa, room 308 Register here
Formatting in MS Word for students writing their thesis 29.9 at 12.30-14.00 Vaasa, room 236 Register here
Learn to use Mendeley for reference management 13.10 at 11:45-12:30 online Register here
Learn to use Mendeley for reference management 16.11 at 11:45-12:30 on site at Hanken in Helsinki + online Register here
Learn to use Mendeley for reference management 8.12 at 11:45-12:30 on site at Hanken in Vaasa + online Register here

More information on training and workshops offered by the library is found on the library website. E-mail us if you can not find a suitable course or time among the ones offered. We also offer individual guidance.

Use of Electronic Resources and Remote Access

The electronic resources are available in the network of Hanken School of Economics or through remote access. Remote access requires the Hanken user ID and password.

Download Libkey Nomad browser extension at https://thirdiron.com/downloadnomad/ for alternative off-campus access to licensed e-resources.

Licence agreements

Some of the electronic resources are licensed through the FinELib (The Finnish National Electronic Library) consortium. The terms of use for each of these databases are defined in the licence agreements, and all users must conform to them. Information about the individual licences of  the databases are listed in FinELib with information about the user rights for each database.