Information Seeking and Reference Management Courses in the Spring

Do you want new ideas how to find sources for your thesis? Would you like to learn to use RefWorks reference management software?

This Spring, the Helsinki University Library offers a wide range of online courses and webinars. Students and staff at the University of Helsinki may participate in courses free of charge.   

How to Find Courses?   

You may browse the courses on studies.helsinki.fi by searching with “LIB-”.  

You may also search for a specific course with the course code (for example LIB-500).  See the list of course codes on the Instructions for Students page.  

MOOC Course for Thesis Writers 

On this online course, you’ll learn independently at your own pace for example about the following topics:   

  • library services and databases 
  • data and reference management tools  
  • research ethics and open science.  

The course helps you to evaluate the quality and credibility of information and use sources correctly. You’ll find more information on the article about the course.   

Information Seeking Webinars  

Information Seeking Basics, in English: 

  • 2nd of February, at 10 am – 12 am 

 Check the course and register in Weboodi by using the course code: LIB-210. 

More information seeking webinars in English may be announced later in Weboodi/Sisu. 

RefWorks Webinars  

During the Spring term, most RefWorks webinars are held in Finnish. RefWorks Courses in English will be announced later in Weboodi/Sisu. Check the courses in Weboodi by using the course code: LIB-500. 
 

Guidance on information seeking   

Have you already taken courses at the library but still need more help how to find sources? The students and staff at the University of Helsinki have the opportunity for guidance on information seeking. See the instructions on how to book an online appointment in a separate guide.  

Contact us   

Want to ask something about information seeking courses? Please contact us by using the online form.