This guide helps students and teachers to find information on subject areas in Information and Communication Technology.
Go to the Janet Finna database to search!
Search Janet Finna for a book either by author, title or combination thereof. See the Holdings information to find out in which campus library the book is available, and check the Shelf where it is placed (shelf number and the word after that).
Do a quick search with Janet Finna's International Articles Search, and then select the Source (database) from which you continue to progress. You can also find Finnish scientific articles of Journals.fi in Janet Finna. Narrow your search results to full-texts and use the Content type 'article'.
Go to the Janet Finna database, search by journal's name and select 'Title' or select Browse > Journals and articles to find international journals.
See if you can find the journal in the Jamk library (point 4) or enter the title of the article in Janet Finna's search for international articles (point 3). The article could also be online free to read > use Google Scholar search and add: Settings > Library links > Type: jamk > Select all Jamk library links > Save. This will also allow you to access texts in Jamk library databases when you are logged in to Janet Finna.
Assessment belongs to every stage of the process. This figure reminds of assessment and evaluation in the different situations.