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Welcome to the guide How to search for information!
In this guide you will find tips for your information searches, including
- defining the search topic
- formulating searches
- various information sources
- evaluating search results
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If you need more help in information searching
Take part in our information search training
- targeted to students working on their theses, but anyone can attend
- more information in our training calendar
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Using library materials
- library card needed for borrowing
- e-resources (e-books, e-articles and e-journals, databases) are accessed with Haaga-Helia's user ID (HAKA login). Exceptions are instructed in connection with the database.
The e-materials offered in the network of Haaga-Helia solely intended for use by Haaga-Helia students and staff for personal study and research purposes. Secondary use of materials is not permitted.
Typically, the conditions of use cover the following:
- How and for what purpose the e-material may be used
- Who may use the material
- The physical location (place of use) where the material may be used
- How the material can be copied, printed, etc.
- In general, the conditions of use exclude all commercial purposes
The user is always responsible for reading the conditions of use, and they must be read before using the e-material in question. Copyright legislation does not recognise the concept of “good faith" (i.e. if a person does not know or hasn't read the content of the conditions of use, it does not relieve him/her from liability for the misuse or unlicensed use of the material).
More information on user licences
Saavutettavuusseloste / Accessibility Statement