|I'm wondering if there's printing possibilities in Helsinki Library 10 or Kallio available? If so, how much does it cost (A4, black & white)? Thanks in…
||It is possible to print in Library 10 and Kallio Library, as well as in all the HelMet Libraries.
One page costs 40 cents. In the libraries, where there is the self service printing possibility, You can print five sheets in three months free-of-charge.
|I'd like to know whether the Finnish libraries have a central catalogue, open to everyone, to check in which Finnish library a book is to be found. Fot…
||You can localize materials in Finnish libraries using Frank Multisearch (see the link below). You can find library books and other materials from almost all the Finnish libraries that are open and also from several different databases simultaneously.
|My name is Renan, I'm from Brazil, i'll start to study Library degree in 2016, my goal since 13 years is work or study in Finland or Nordic Countries, I…
||You can find very much information from the website of Finnish National Board of Education (Opetushalitus):
Information about qualification requirements in libraries you can find here, but unfortunately just in Finnish and Swedish:
|Can I book a meeting room for tomorrow from 16:30 to 18:00? Thanks.
||Please contact the library from which you want to reserve a conference room.
HelMet Libraries contacts http://www.helmet.fi/en-US
|Is there a CD recording of a Finish military or military-type brass band playing FINlANDIA?
||You probably mean Finlandia, op. 26 by Jean Sibelius. There are some CD recordings of the complete Finlandia played by a Finnish military(-type) brass band. I found these four:
1. 90 vuotta suomalaista sotilasmusiikkia : Puolustusvoimien juhlalevy (2 CDs and 1 DVD, Puolustusvoimat SAMCD 90, 2008) (Finlandia played by Sotilasmusiikkikoulu)
2. Viimeinen asemiesilta (Poptori 50181052, 2006) (Finlandia played by Kaartin soittokunta, the hymn part sung by two male choirs)
3. Puolustusvoimien Varusmiessoittokunta 17: Suomalaista sotilasmusiikkia 3 (PEttus-os SAMCD-22, 2003) (Finlandia played Puolustusvoimien Varusmiessoittokunta 17)
4. Haminan Soittokunta: Viisi vuotta (Haminan Soittokunta HamSKCD-1, 2001) (Finlandia played by Haminan…
|I am getting the message that you can not renew any item as your registration has expired. Please suggest the needful.
||You should visit the library in person and take ID card with you. We'll then continue your registration and the renewals will function again. Sorry for your trouble!
Find your library:
|I am writing an academic article about public libraries and I need to send out my online questionnaires to Finnish public librarians. Who should I contact or…
||There are several possibilities where to send your online questionnaires, depending on the nature of your survey. You have to decide to whom you want to send your questionnaires. You could think about whether you would like to send the questionnaires for the library administration (library directors etc.) or individual librarians. It could also be useful to think which libraries you want to include. The provincial libraries are the libraries that are in charge of the public library service in their regions. In addition to them, there are several smaller libraries and branch libraries.
Frank Metasearch -site includes a list of all Finnish public libraries and provincial libraries: http://monihaku.kirjastot.fi/en/. After deciding which…
|I have a question about corwypited material that has been changed and then used in a performance. I am a voiceover artist who is also in University. I have…
||First, we have to tell you that we are not copyright specialists, so this answer has been given by amateurs.
According the Finnish Copyright Law (“Tekijänoikeuslaki”, http://www.finlex.fi/fi/laki/ajantasa/1961/19610404), translations and adaptations are protected by the law, so you need a permission from the author when making adaptations. If it’s the same text in other words, I think it will be considered an adaptation. In the Finnish Copyright Law, there is no fair use as in USA.
|I would like to know information related to YKI test validity period. Is there any time limit how long YKI test result is valid ? I have taken the test almost…
||If you have completed the national language proficiency test in the years 2002-2011 skill level 3, it´s still qualified to apply for citizenship.
YKI test standard has changed 1.1.2012.
You can view the current qualification requirements of the Finnish immigration service website.
Carried out with sufficient skill level, the national language proficiency test is valid without a time limit.
You can ask for more information, call the Customer service of the Immigration Services. Customer service is available between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. from Monday to Friday on +358 295 419 600.
|I'm from Brazil and I have do a academic work and Did can you answer any questions about reference service? Supposed I need a book, a book about the museum in…
||Here below is the website of The Viking Ship Museum in Norway (Oslo):
There is also a viking ship museum in Danmark (Roskilde):
You can find books published by this museum here:
Here is also some books about viking ships:
- The Viking Ship / Gareth Williams
- The Viking Longship / Jørn Olav Løset
- The age of the Vikings / Anders Winroth
Maybe there is something useful for you also in these websites:
|Dear Librarian, I founded home "Lost: first and second completed season" at DVD in english, french and spanish in origin. Subtittles are also available. I don…
||You can bring the DVD to the library, if they have a place for donations and voluntary recycling of materials (many libraries in Helsinki do have). Unfortunately the library itself is not allowed to receive movies as donations, since we have to get a license and pay for it for copyright reasons.
|You are an appreciable "Ask a librarian" service. Are all the questions you've been asked archived ? Are those archives available to all the public ? Are they…
||Thank you very much! We have saved all answers since we started in year 1998. You can find them here http://www.libraries.fi/en-GB/ask_librarian/archive/ (this is the search, the newest answers are listed here http://www.libraries.fi/en-GB/ask_librarian/newest/ . The most part of the answers are available, only those containing personal information that can't be published is hidden. Our RSS-feeds are at present only in Finnish, but we should of course include all languages (Finnish, Swedish and English) in the feed. This is the addres to our RSS-feed, http://www2.kirjastot.fi/_channels/?ChannelId=7146af19-b294-449a-9ecc-6… . I'll enquire about the change, it might not be to difficult to change it in near future.
|Are there any books by Bulgarian writer Georgi Gospodinov in Finnish language available for borrowing from the library?? Thanks
||I didn´t find any books by Bulgarian writer Georgi Gospodinov in Finnish. I tried to search in Libraries.fi where is Frank Multisearch for all the finnish libraries. Also I searched in Google without success.
|Good afternoon, I´m an exchange student in Helsinki for some months, and I will like to learn to sew and if possible make my own socks and hat. Is there any…
||Helsinki Adult Education Center (Helsingin työväenopisto) organises sewing courses (also for English speaking people). http://www.hel.fi/www/sto/fi/opiskelu/vapaita-paikkoja/vapaita-kurssipa… (sorry, but the pages are only in Finnish).
|Dear Sir/Madam, I'm doing a small marketing research about Finnish hair salons and barber shops and I faced one question that I have been searching for for a…
||There is information about barber shops and hair salons at Tilastokeskus (Statistics Finland) web pages.
Year 2012 was the newest I found, and then there were 13 706 hairdressers and barbers in Finland ( http://pxweb2.stat.fi/Dialog/varval.asp?ma=061_tyokay_tau_161&path=../d… )
Verohallinto (Tax Administration) tells there were 12 283 barber and hairdressing businesses in Finland in the same year 2012.
|Friends, I am Ravinder I completed my International Master degree in Digital Library Learning from Norway, Estonia and Italy and have few years of experience…
|Dear Sir / Madam, I'm compiling a short report on prison libraries in Scandinavia. Would you please point me in the direction of some information that would…
||The best expertise for you is probably The Library and Information Service of Criminal Sanctions Agency (Rikosseuraamuslaitos). The Criminal Sanctions Agency is a government authority, which enforces prison sentences and community sanctions under the direction of the Ministry of Justice.
You can find the contact information of The Library and Information Service here below:
|I am a Canadian filmmaker who has made a new documentary called Finding Edge Road about the Somalis and Iraqis moving to Lieksa in eastern Finland. I made this…
||Please contact The distribution companies:
The list of contact details is as follows
harry.paivalainen (at) futurefilm.fi
Tel. +358 (0) 50 375 558
Tel +358 (0) 9-8562 9500
Fax +358 (0) 9-8562 9550
|I am a junior assistant librarian in a private university of Bangladesh for last 4 years.You know now a days the concept of library has been changed.I want to…
||You find information on studying information and library sciences on our Library.fi portal under site Library Branch http://www.libraries.fi/en-GB/library_branch/studies/. Information and library sciences can be studied in three universities in Finland, University of Tampere, University of Oulu and Turku Swedish University Åbo Akademi. For example University of Tampere offers Master´s degree programmes in different subjects even in English http://www.uta.fi/sis/en/studies/degrees.html
Polytechnic level studies qualify as well for working as a librarian with Bachelor´s level degree. A polytechnic/UAS Bachelor's degree gives you the general eligibility to apply for Master's level studies in Finland, but it may not automatically fulfill the…
|Looking at maps of Päijänne Tavastia I noticed, near Enonvesi lake in Heinola, that there's a small enclave of Päijänne Tavastia inside Southern Savonia. The…
||I found an Internet site, that contains some knowledge about the history of the Enonvesi-region and it's villages, http://www.enonkylat.fi/historiikki/. As far as I understand, part of the area has belonged to the cultural region of Häme from early on, the fiscal authorities and the nearest church have been in Häme. That could probably be the explanation to the fact that thist part, called Paadenmaa, still belongs to Päijät-Häme and not to South-Savonia.
There is a contactform on the pages of Enonkylät ry, they could possibly give you more accurate information, http://www.enonkylat.fi/?f=1.