Taju-workstations introduced to Uniarts library
Taju-workstations will give you access to all materials in Taju repository.
All library units of the Uniarts Helsinki Library will be equipped with Taju-workstations during 2023. On Taju-workstations you can access publications and materials stored in Taju repository. Taju- workstations are allready in use in Töölö and Sörnäinen Campus Libraries and will be introduced to Kuopio Library later this year. The workspace in Töölö Campus Library was formerly known as Doria-terminal.
Taju is the institutional repository of the University of the Arts Helsinki, which replaces Helda and Doria, the previous publication archives used at Uniarts Helsinki. Publications and materials produced at the university, such as theses, artistic research, self-archived copies of research articles, publication series and educational materials, and also digitized sheet music, sound recordings and concert recordings, are stored in the archive.
Some materials are Open Access while some are only accessible with Uniarts credentials and some can only be accessed on-site at the Uniarts libraries’ Taju-workstations. The workstations can be used to access all master’s theses in digital form, including those without permission to publish in the open network.