Tag Archives: Finland

Information on Finnish research is now available in one place

(9 Jun 2020) From the Ministry of Education and Culture Finland: The new service at research.fi brings together in one place information about research carried out in Finland. It shares the data and makes it accessible to everyone in an easy form. The service, launched on 9 June, benefits researchers, the media, businesses, organisations, decision-makers […]


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How Finland is fighting fake news – in the classroom

(21 May 2019)  Studies show a positive relationship between the level of education and resilience to fake news, the Open Society Institute report said, with more knowledge and better critical-thinking skills guarding against fabricated information. Finland, Sweden and the Netherlands are among countries that teach digital literacy and critical thinking about misinformation to school children. Read […]


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E-book survey for higher education students and teachers in Finland

(13 December 2016) As part of a project on E-textbooks for Finnish higher education, HE students and teachers were surveyed about their experiences with e-books. The project started in January 2014, organized by The National Library of Finland and FinELib consortium. Participants included higher education libraries (both universities and universities of applied sciences), publishers and […]


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IATUL 2014 in Finland

The website for the 2014 IATUL Conference to be held at Aalto University in Espoo, Finland from 2-5 June can be accessed at http://web.lib.aalto.fi/iatul2014/. The theme of the conference is “Measures for Success: Library Resources and Effectiveness under Scrutiny” and the call for papers is now open. The 2013 IATUL conference proceedings can be accessed at http://www.iatul.org/conferences/pastconferences/ More here: […]


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