Freely available on the net, free of charge.
Open access publishing is increasing. Why?
Why should you be interested in Open Access publications and data?
More information on Alternative Access to articles (site by FinELib Consortium)
The openness of research is also promoted by making research data available for others to use.
Search for Finnish open data with the following services:
Research data must be cited, just like other sources (books, articles, etc.). The original producer of the data must be given credit.
When you use publications or data produced by someone else, you need to use appropriate citations and be aware of copyright and licensing issues. Materials and data on the internet may either be freely utilized or use may be restricted. The terms for use are usually determined by licenses. A licensing system often used is Creative Commons (CC).
Creative Commons license conditions are listed in the table below. An author of original material can decide how users may utilize his/her material and indicate these rights with a combination of the CC conditions.
For instance, a combination can look like this:
This work is licensed under Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license (CC BY-SA 4.0) .
Name of the original creator must be mentioned when using the work.
Only non-commerial use is allowed.
Can be used if published under the same license as the original.
The orignal work cannot be modified in any way.
Public domain / CC0
More information is available on the Creative Commons website .
Images published on the internet are protected by copyright. ImagOA guide by Aalto University provides information on searching and using open access images.
Haaga-Helia is committed to promoting opennes in its activities. More information in the guide
Saavutettavuusseloste / Accessibility Statement