Hanken's search service Hanna gives you access to a wide range of material through only one search. You get access to printed (only material available in Helsinki) and electronic materials, such as e-books, theses, scholarly articles in full text as well as scientific databases.
Watch the film clip below to get started using Hanna. The tutorial (1:33) is made by the Hanken library.
For your university studies you need to learn how to access peer reviewed and high quality scholarly sources through the library's databases. Using information found for example only through Google or Wikipedia is not enough.
Some of the library's material is available as printed books or journals on the library shelves, but most of the material is found online in scientific databases. The scientific databases offered for Hanken's students and staff are accessible only with your personal Hanken user name and password. You can access the resources on remote, 24/7.
Watch the film from La Trobe University Library (2:02) to learn more about library databases:
The databases listed below are licensed and only available for Hanken students and staff. Choose any of the databases to find peer reviewed scholarly articles directly in the user interface of the database. The databases are international, use search words in English.
Learn more about the characteristics of scholarly publications:
As a student at Hanken you have access to about 800.000 e-books on the various e-book platforms offered by the library.
Visit the Libguide on e-books, to find out more on the different platforms and instructions for how to access the books and downloading them.
A free web search engine for scientific publications.
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.
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.