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esports: Articles and databases

Different types of databases

Different types of databases

Full-text databases include full text of the articles

Reference databases include bibliographic information about articles, but not the articles themselves

Citation databases include information on citations: how many times the article has been cited and by whom

Please note that most databases are combinations of these types. Some of the articles in the database can be read in fulltext, some are available only as abstracts.

What is DOI?

DOI stands for Digital Object Identifier. DOI is an permanent handle for the document. It is a string of numbers and letters that identifies an article online and makes them easy to locate. Even though the document's location changes, DOI is always able to locate the document it has been assigned to.

Not all articles have DOI numbers, but you can usually find the DOI number listed with the citation information or printed on the article itself on most commercial publishers. 

DOI numbers can be entered into crossref.org and the citation information will be provided.

Google Scholar

Google Scholar

   

EBSCO databases

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KAMK Library subscribes for several databases from EBSCO. EBSCO is the leading provider of research databases, e-journal and e-package subscription management, book collection development and acquisition management, and a major provider of library technology, e-books and clinical decision solutions.

News and press

Open Access Journals

Publication Evaluation

Publication Evaluation

Publication Forum (Jufo)

Publication Forum is a classification of publication channels created by the Finnish scientific community to support the quality assessment of academic research.

Publication Forum evaluates domestic and foreign academic publication channels.

  • Level 1 includes peer-reviewed publication channels that are specialised in the publication of scientific research outcomes and have an editorial board of experts of the discipline.  The majority of all publication channels are classified as Level 1 which is the basic level.
  • The Levels 2 and 3 are awarded to a limited number of academic journals, conferences and book publishers of the highest level and impact as judged by the Expert Panels. They are mostly international publication channels but in Humanities and Social Sciences, Level 2 also includes Finnish and Swedish-language forums. Level 2 is a leading publication and level 3 is top rank.
  • Publication channels that have been evaluated but do not meet all of the Level 1 criteria are marked as category 0.

You will find the current classification via JUFO-portal.

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