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Tutkain 2020-2022 project provides Finnish digital newspapers and magazines for research use

Students in the Aalto University Learning Centre / photo by Unto Rautio

Aalto University and 14 other Finnish higher education institutions participate in the Tutkain 2020-2022 project. As a part of the project Finnish newspapers and magazines from 1930–2018 digitized by the National Library are provided for research use during the project period 1.1.2020 - 31.12.2022.

Research use here refers to non-commercial scientific or artistic research, reports, theses or final projects completed by students, researchers and other members of teaching and research staff at Finnish higher education institutions participating in Tutkain.

To access the material included in the Tutkain project go to the digi.kansalliskirjasto.fi service, login through HAKA authentication system with your organisation ID.

Detailed information is available on the project website: https://www.kansalliskirjasto.fi/en/projects/tutkain-2020-2022

Questions and feedback: [email protected]

 

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