Laurea offers international high quality colletion of electronic and printed collection for your use. The collection has been acquired according to Laurea collection policy. Electronic and printed collection have their own search systems, read more about them below.
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Printed collection in Laurea Finna

Printed  collection comprises of printed books and journals.  Both printed collection and electronic textbooks are to be searched via search interface Finna

Electronic collection also in Laurea Finna

Via  search interface Finna you can also access a body of electronic material purchased and gathered by Laurea Library. The most important resources (e.g. e-journal and e-book databases) are licensed material and require logging in as a remote user with Laurea's usernme and password if used outside Laurea's network.  List of Laurea licenced electronic databases can be found here.

LibGuides to support your information retrieval

To help and support your information retrieval Laurea has developed information retrieval guides, LibGuides. These guides help you to understand the main information sources on your field of study and offer the links to the main licenced databases in Laurea.

Remote use

Laurea students and staff can use electronic material at home by login with Haka-username and password (student number and password). Sähköistä aineistoa Laurean opiskelijat ja henkilökunta voivat käyttää omalla kotikoneella kirjautumalla Haka-tunnuksella eli opiskelijanumerolla ja salasanalla sisään (visit this page to find additional information on remote use ).  Other customers can only access licenced databases from Laurea Library computers. If you are not a Laurea student, come to do information retrieval in the Library.

Laurea theses in Theseus

Instructions for thesis upload for students can be found in Laurea Link.






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