Welcome to Terkko's course page for Managing Scientific Information (1 ECTS).
It's tailored for participants in Doctoral School in Health Sciences

The course takes place in Terkko's PC-class and in Moodle learning environment. Course language is English. 
The course consists of face-to-face sessions (hands-on), Moodle material and exercises.
- max 14 participants/course

Jan-Feb 2018 course enrolmenthttps://elomake.helsinki.fi/lomakkeet/84966/lomake.html
(deadline on Wednesday, 10th January)

The course consists of four modules:

1. Introduction:
- presentation: the participants & course modules (overview)
- course environment
- Terkko Navigator (e-journals, e-books, databases, visibility services etc.)
Jan-Feb 2018 course: Tuesday 16.1. at  9:30-11:00 (in English) 

2. Workshop in Information retrieval and current awareness
- Introduction to systematic search
- Information retrieval in own subject
Jan-Feb 2018 course: Thursday 25.1. at 9:30-11:30 (in English)

3. Open Science, Publishing and reference management
3.1 Bibliometrics, Open access, ResearcherID & ORCID, TUHAT (1 hour 15min)
3.2 RefWorks (1h 15min)
Jan-Feb 2018 course: Thursday 1.2. at 9:30-12 (in English)

4. Research data management & Urkund
- Research Data management (1h30min)
- Urkund: Plagiarism recognition system (30min)
Jan-Feb 2018 course: Thursday 8.2. at 9:30-11:30 (in English)

Managing Scientific Information Course in Moodle

Any questions about this course "Managing Scientific Information", please contact: Tiina Heino tiina.m.heino (at) helsinki.fi
Any questions about the Doctoral School in Health Sciences and  "Managing Scientific Information", please contact: Coordinator Satu Helppolainen satu.h.helppolainen@helsinki.fi Doctoral School in Health Sciences Coordination

Remote Use

As a university student, you can access the e-material from outside the university network. Clicking on the e-material will bring up a form for logging on. Fill in the form with your UH username and password.

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Connections to UH network from outside the university