Download and print
For your own use, you may download, copy and print limited parts of the library's material. Users are not permitted to copy entire books or journals.
The material may only be used for non-commercial research or educational use. Systematic copying is not permitted.
These rules are partially based on Finnish law, and partially on our agreements with content providers. If you don't follow them, the library will be forced to take disciplinary action. At worst, Hanken may lose access to electronic resources, either temporarily or permanently.
You may print and download articles from electronic journals for your own non-commercial use.
The general rule is to read ebooks on screen. Individual providers' systems may vary, though, and it's important to read their specific rules. Some restrictions aren't enforced by the software, but are still monitored and breaking them can lead to the book being removed from use (!).
Downloads and printing are often heavily restricted. Usually it is possible to copy a small amount of content - often only a few pages. Some providers allow entire books to be downloaded for a limited time. Even then you may not forward them to others.