eBooks

Savonia Library's eBooks can be accessed

1. through Savonia-Finna by using author, title, keyword etc. searches.

2. through A- Z Database list by selecting one of the eBook collections below.

Outside of campus area, you need to log in to the eBook collection with your personal Savonia UAS username and password.

Dawsonera is a eBook portal where user can

• read online eBooks which Savonia University of Applied Sciences has purchased (at present about 280 copies);
• send library a Request rental (more than 350 000 eBooks to choose) - customer makes a request by filling out and submitting a form to library; OBS! At most 5 requests/customer/term (between 1st of January and 31st of June, or between 1st of July and 31st of December).
• browse through the complete book list, and preview any of the eBooks for 5 minutes;
• save or copy at most x % of the e-book page number (varies according to the publisher)

Check Dawsonera Reader Portal User Guide. Notice that Credit Card Rentals are not available in Savonia UAS Library's Dawsonera portal.

Knovel Interactive Library contains about 1700 eBooks on different fields of technology. The service also includes a comprehensive tool for tabular data processing.

Ornanet eBooks are Finnish and English versions of Office programs guides in pdf format. This resource is not available off-campus so far.

Safari Tech Books Online contains approximately 7000 eBooks on technology and information technology.

Theseus - open repository containing the electronic theses completed in 2009 or later in Savonia and other Finnish Universities of Applied Sciences.

 

Person responsible for this web-page: Kirsi Rönnqvist
Page updated: 31.1.2017

Savonia UAS

Savonia is one of Finland's biggest and most versatile universities of applied sciences. Our campuses are situated in Kuopio, Iisalmi and Varkaus. There are almost 6000 students and 600 employees at Savonia. In education we implement Open Innovation Space (OIS), where we combine learning, development, research, and teaching.

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