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How to search for information: Journals and articles

Finnish journals and articles

International journals and articles

Databases where you can search for many journals and articles.
Databases where you can search for many journals and articles

When an article is not available on Haaga-Helia's licensed databases

Search for articles in Open Access services

Open Access publications are available for free on the internet. You can freely link to them, copy or download them. Below are some services where you can search Open Access publications

Ask for the article through library's inter-library loan service

Contact the researcher directly to ask for a copy of the article

  • Contact the researcher by e-mail. The name of the corresponding author and his/her e-mail address is usually shown on the preview page of an online article, even though the full article is behind a paywall.

More information on the site Alternative Access to articles by the FinELib Consortium.

Find journals and magazines by title

Search journals and magazines via HH Finna. Type the name of the journal or ISSN.

Find articles by name

If you want to check if Haaga-Helia has access to an article, you can use HH Finna's International e-materials search. Put the article title in quotation marks, for example "Big Data and consumer behavior : imminent opportunities".

How to search in HH Finna

Google Scholar*

Google Scholar is a search engine specialised in finding research articles. Some of library's electronic resources can be searched with Google Scholar. In addition, you'll be able to search for Open Access materials.

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