Hanken's teachers can order trainings from the library to support learning & teaching. Trainings can be integrated into your standard seminars or courses, or independent training sessions.
The library also arranges individual guidance for students and staff. You can book an appointment with the library staff.
Trainings, guidance and short courses are offered by the library in the following areas:
Read more on the library's website:
The library helps you navigate through the information resources and takes care of the purchase of course literature. Please see the library's website - Service for teachers for the checklist and deadlines before which you need to report additional or missing course book information to the library.
Note that it is the examiner's and the department's responsibility to inform the library on time about which course books to acquire. The department will be charged all costs caused by changes and complementary additions made after the dates mentioned on the webpage Service for teachers.
License agreements with database suppliers usually don't permit redistribution. This means that uploading digital copies (i.e. pdf-files of articles) to Moodle is not allowed, even if password protected. Instead you should give the permanent link to the article, proceeded by the address to Hanken's proxy server. Read more
Open educational resources (OERs) are learning, teaching and research materials in any format and medium that reside in the public domain , or are under copyright that have been released under an open license, usually Creative Commons , which permits no-cost access, re-use, re-purpose, adaptation and redistribution by others than the author, with or without restrictions.
Teachers are encouraged to use OERs and publish their own educational resources in the national Library of Open Educational Resources - aoe.fi.
More information, see the LibGuide on Open educational resources where you can find answers to the following questions: