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I have read the article about 3d printer at Tapiola library (http://goo.gl/MaZDAH) so thinking of visiting there soon. Is there any more information about the… 751 3.6.2014 The opening hours of the Tapiola library during the summer are from 8 am to 8 pm. As 3D printing in libraries is still on experimental stage, there are no fees. If you wish to know more about the service, you can call Tapiola library, number is 050 4289392.
In wich it dates is celebrated the Ramadan in 2006? 750 30.11.2004 In the year 2006 Ramadan is from September 23 to October 22.
I would like to know if there exist any language course books for children who would like to learn finnish. Kiitos 749 2.2.2006 There is a book ”Juttuja ja tuttuja: suomea toisena kielenä seitsemäsluokkalaisille, by Paula Konsti, Helsinki, Opetushallitus 2003 (text book for about 13 years old children who are lerning Finnish as a second language). There are also some cdroms like “Eka kieliromppuni: suomea” and “Opi suomea! lapsille”. Maybe you could also try some ABC-book meant for Finnish speaking children, there are several of them, for example Kallioniemi, Tuula: Sukkelat sanat:esiopetuksen aapinen. Also you could try some Finnish picture dictionary, for example Lappalainen, Ulla: Aamu, suomen kielen kuvasanakirja maahanmuuttajille, esiopetukseen, päiväkoteihin, erityisopetukseen, kotikäyttöön . Then there are many books to learn Finnish actually meant for…
I have some books at my place that I would like to get rid of, is it possible for me to give those books to the Helsinki HELMET library? 747 25.5.2009 Helsinki City Library accepts book donations with pleasure. You could ask your nearest library if they can take books to their collection. Library staff evaluate the donation and decide to take books to collection or not. Library staff pick and choose material according to what kind of material is lacking from collection. Worn out books libraries don't accept.
Why do zebras have stripes? 745 23.1.2009 The stripes work as camouflage making zebras indistinguishable to other animals, and on the other hand they also actually help zebras recognize one another. See: http://animals.howstuffworks.com/mammals/question454.htm How the stripes have developed is a question of evolution: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evolution
When an item says ,Work items 1, but - under borrowing possible, ordered and due date, does that mean it is available to be checked out or no? 745 27.6.2011 In Kyyti-Library database search a line under Borrowing possible, Ordered and Due date means that the item is not free to be checked out. The reason can be the following: the item is either on the way to the customer or back to the library, or it is being handled by the library staff, or it is lost (and not yet withdrawn from the collection), or it is registered in the special local collection. Ask your library if you want to know the case of the item you are interested in.
Hallo, I've heard about the Senior Surf Day on October 8th. Do you have a short explenation about that event? And how many libraries took part in there? 743 27.11.2013 The Senior Surf Day has held in Finland for some years as a part of the senior citizens week. In that day the elderly people got to know the information technology (computers, smartphone, tablet computers and the services of internet) in many libraries and service centres all over the Finland. More than a hundred events was organized in 2013. In some places there was over a hundred participants and in some places just some. The event is organized by The Central Union for the Welfare of the Aged (Vanhustyön keskusliitto). You can see the libraries and and service centres from the website of the Central Union for the Welfare of the Aged. Unfortunately the print is just in Finnish or Swedish: http://www.vtkl.fi/fin/seniorsurf/
I am looking for this article: Aarne A. Koskinen "1960 Ariki, the first born. An analysis of the Polynesian Chieftain title. The Folklore Fellow Communication?… 743 21.11.2001 The book can be found in Finland from HELKA - Union Online Catalogue of the University of Helsinki Libraries http://helka.csc.fi/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?DB=local&PAGE=First Tekijä(t): Koskinen, Aarne A. Nimeke: Ariki the first-born : an analysis of a Polynesian chieftain title / Aarne A. Koskinen Julkaistu: Helsinki : Suomalainen tiedeakatemia, 1960-1961 Ulkoasu: 191, 155 s. Sarja: (FF communications, ISSN 0014-5815 ; n:o 181-182) Interlibrary loans are given between libraries, please contact your nearest library or Helsinki University Library interlibrary loan department email: HYK-kaukopalvelu@helsinki.fi . Helsinki University Library pricelist for interlibrary loans http://www.lib.helsinki.fi/english/services/…
What means ALIAS, in the resgistration steps ? 741 18.3.2014 In registration alias usually means some kind of nickname or alternative name. It can also mean something else, like in Yahoo email provider you can have an extension of your Yahoo account. Yahoo's alias masks your account's primary ID. Yahoo! help: https://help.yahoo.com/kb/create-alias-sln3240.html
Where I can find the e-mail address of croatian immigrants club in Helsinki? 741 12.6.2012 Do you mean Finnish-Croatian Society (Suomi-Kroatia Seura)? The email address is info@fincro.fi http://www.fincro.fi/?page_id=15
I want to visit Finland this winter to learn why your country is excelling ours in digital technology. Do you have any advice for me/. Do you recommend any… 741 28.11.2001 General information about Finland and also about information technology in Finland you can find in Virtual Finland http://virtual.finland.fi There is at least tree organisations, which you could check out: *Sitra, the Finnish National Fund for Research and Development http://sitra.tjhosting.com/eng *Tekes, the National Technology Agency http://www.tekes.fi *Fintra http://www.fintra.fi These organisations have publicatins also in Internet for excample: Quality of life, knowledge and competitiveness Premises and objectives for strategic development of the Finnish information society http://194.100.30.11/tietoyhteiskunta//english/st51/eng2062b.htm more you can find in their pages. Ministry of Trade and Industry http://www.vn.fi/ktm/eng and…
I would like to know, in statistical documents related to demography (in Finland), what are the definitions of "ethnicity" and "race", and the detailed… 740 11.9.2003 Instead of “ethnicity “ and “race”, in Finland citizens are classified by citizenship. The website of the bureau of statistics, Finland, has all the relevant information concerning your inquiry. From StatFin -Online service http://statfin.stat.fi/statweb/start.asp?LA=en&lp=home&DM=SLEN select Population Census then Population by citizenship and then select the variables. Here is a statistic table made according your inquiry, population by citizenship in Finland at 31.12.2000. The web-address is: http://statfin.stat.fi/StatWeb/table.asp?TT=2&LA=en&DM=SLEN&PA=Taulu02e…
How many works does Shakespeare write? 739 19.1.2009 There's no exact answer to your question. William Shakespeare probably wrote more plays than we know today, because some of his plays are lost. Shakespeare existing oeuvre consists of 38 plays, 154 sonnets, 2 longer poems and some other poems. More information: http://www.shakespeare-online.com/ (all the plays and poems here) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Shakespeare
Dear responsable i like ask you about if i can occuped a poste on your library please send me if you are intersting my regards 738 20.10.2011 Here are websites that lists (in Finnish) open library vancancies and jobs in Finland: http://www.mol.fi/paikat/ http://www.kirjastot.fi/ammattikalenteri/avoimet_tyopaikat/ http://www.hel.fi/hki/Rekry/fi/Etusivu You can also approach libraries directly: http://www.libraries.fi/
Could you help me please to find internet address of the site of the Finnish library which has online reference service and their page looks like a red (or… 737 20.9.2004 The website You are looking for is probably this one: http://igs.kirjastot.fi/index3.html The iGS or information Gas Station is Helsinki City Library's mobile information service station. On the pages, there is a WWW form for sending questions and an archive database about questions and answers.
All I need is information on "Immigration policies." I have to write an 800-1000 word essay using research to back my argument. 732 1.12.2001 The Finnish Ministry of Labour migration affairs http://www.mol.fi/migration/pateng.html briefly on immigration to Finland http://www.mol.fi/migration/lyheng.html and migration affairs links http://www.mol.fi/migration/molinkit.html The Finnish Ministry of Finance Citizen's guide for immigrants and emigrants http://www.opas.vn.fi/english/index.html Metropolis - Journal of International Migration and Integration http://jimi.metropolis.net/ You can search items in the Helsinki, Espoo, Vantaa and Kauniainen city libraries' common bibliographics database Plussa http://www.libplussa.fi/#en here are some examples: Matinheikki-Kokko, Kaija: Challenges of working in a cross-cultural environment University of Jyväskylä 1997. Segal, Aaron: An…
What is the best book to learn Java for beginners? 732 3.4.2014 There are many Java manuals, and it’s hard to tell which of them is the best one. Here you have some new manuals that can be found in the HelMet and Helka collections: Absolute Java / Walter Savitch (Pearson, 2010) Java : how to program / Paul Deitel, Harvey Deitel (Prentice Hall, cop. 2012) Java and mac OS X / T Gene Davis (for Mac; Wiley Publishing, 2010) Java for everyone : late objects / Cay Horstmann (John Wiley & Sons, 2013) Java for programmers / Paul J. Deitel, Harvey M. Deitel (Prentice Hall, 2009) Java programming : from problem analysis to program design / D. S. Malik (Course technology, 2010)
How can I get solved problems in numerical analysis in the topics 1 nonlinear systems 2 partial defriential equations 3 partial differential equation 729 27.12.2006 I suggest you study books on mathematics. For example the next ones deal with the subjects you mentioned. Stoer, Josef: Introduction to numerical analysis, New York : Springer-Verlag, 1980 Advances in numerical analysis Volume 1 : Nonlinear partial differential equations and dynamical systems / edited by Will Light Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1991 Pap, Endre: Partial differential equations through examples and exercises, Dordrecht : Boston : Kluwer Academic , cop. 1997 Gustafson, Karl E.: Introduction to partial differential equations and Hilbert space methods, Mineola : Dover, 1999 DiBenedetto, Emmanuele: Partial differential equations You can also search these terms in the Internet. Wikipedia e.g. gives these results: http://en.…
I have recently found a large number of my childhood books, most of which are in japanese, english and some rarer ones are in Danish. There are also some very… 727 25.6.2014 You could give those books to Pasila Library in Helsinki. In Pasila Library, we have Multilingual Library with books in many languages not usually found in Finnish libraries. Without seeing the titles, I can’t say if those books were suitable for your collection. For more information about Pasila Library, please see at http://www.helmet.fi/en-US/Libraries_and_services/Pasila_Library. Of course, it’s possible to sell those books to second-hand bookshops, but this may take much time. Many of them aren’t very interested in that kind of books. Second-hand bookshops in Finland can be found at http://www.tie.to/antikvariaatit/ and http://www.antikka.net.
My kids(2.8y and 1.3y) and I are traveling to Helsinki during May 2-9. I am wondering if there is a library in Helsinki with toddlars playing/reading area… 725 28.4.2009 In Helsinki there are several libraries that have a special children’s department, for example Pasila, Kallio, Töölö, Rikhardinkatu, Itäkeskus and Vuosaari libraries. Children’s departments have a large collection of fairytales and picture books in several languages as well as some toys and puzzles. Also smaller libraries without children’s department have books for children. More information you can find on Helsinki City Library’s web page www.lib.hel.fi (choose In English to get the English page).