The Digiaviisi blog accounts the progress, goals and operative effects of the ground-breaking Aviisi project. All the while, it also recounts the National Library’s struggles of making digitised, copyrighted material available for wider use in media houses, research, teaching and non-formal adult education.
The Digital Library blog contains posts by National Librarians on the current phenomena of the digital world and libraries. The blog is a diverse look at both the changes in the operating environment of the library world and the actual issues related to the development of digital services.
Fenno-Ugrica is a blog site of the Minority Languages Project. The language of the blog is English. With the help of blog, one may follow the process of project, retrieve information regarding the releases of digitized content and datasets, international library co-operation in the course of the project, news related to the Uralica portal and language technology in Uralic studies. For the Russian-speaking audience, the communication takes place in our VKontakte channel (http://vk.com/fennougrica).
The Minun aarteeni blog invites citizens that like books to share the true, uplifting discoveries that they want everyone to know about. These treasures can be novels, poems, nonfiction, detective fiction, comic books, cook books, posters or even shopping lists from the unique collection of the National Library of Finland. A book can bring you joy, comfort, suspense – change your whole world.
Scripta selecta primarily showcases the National Library’s collection, but does not overlook other works and sources that interest our customers. The blog is a showcase of the National Library’s collections, their themes and stories and even highlights single works. The writers of Scripta selecta are experts in the National Library’s collections.