If the article you need is not available in Uniarts Helsinki’s Finna, the Helka database or it cannot be found in Vaari or e.g. in the journal’s online archive free of charge, the library will provide interlibrary loan service if you so request by borrowing the material from another Finnish or a foreign library. The service is available only to Uniarts Helsinki’s researchers, students and staff members. You will receive the article after filling in an interlibrary request form on Artsi.
Interlibrary request form and instructions on Artsi: https://artsi.uniarts.fi/en/library/inter-library-service.
Before placing an interlibrary loan request, we recommend that you search for the article by following the instructions below.
If you are looking for a specific article that was published in a foreign scientific journal, follow these instructions:
Also take note of the following:
If the material cannot be found in Uniarts Helsinki’s Finna, check the availability of the material in the Helka database.
You can search by using the name of the article or the name of the journal. If the material is found in the Helsinki University Library’s database, you can go to any of the Helsinki University Library’s locations and use it there free of charge. Contact information and opening times of the Helsinki University Library: http://www.helsinki.fi/library/fi/etusivu/
If you cannot find the article in Uniarts Helsinki’s Finna or Helka database, check to see if the article is available in the National Repository Library using the Arsca search:
Note: For the time being, the service is available only through the Arsca database, not in Uniarts Helsinki’s Finna.