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To the RSS feed. RSS feedThe Finnish Terminology Centre (Sanastokeskus ry) offers information on and expert services related to terminology work, classification work and ontology work. It also gives advice on the usage of special language terminology. The Terminology Centre carries out both terminology services of general interest (intended for all citizens) and terminology projects aimed at a specific company or a field of activity. The Terminology Centre receives financial assistance from the Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture to carry out its services of general interest.

Current in Terminology Centre
02.03.2021New markup conventions in concept diagrams in the Bank and Finance Terminology 1/2021
29.10.2020New material in the Finnish IT Terminology 10/2020
08.10.2020IATE contents updated in TEPA Term Bank
Current projects
19.04.2021Terminology work for the Finnish Transport Infrastructure Agency
05.03.2021Terminology project on government grant activities to continue in spring 2021
15.10.2020Terminology work related to FTIAs data system
14.10.2020Terminology work for the Finnish Transport Infrastructure Agency
17.09.2020Terminology project on government grant activities to continue until end of 2020
Current elsewhere
06.04.2021Programme for Nordterm 2021 available
08.03.2021Abstracts for Nordterm 2021 to be submitted by 12 March
01.03.2021Register to Nordterm 2021 webinar by 17 May
   
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Terminfo, an online magazine published by the Finnish Terminology Centre, describes terminology work and methods used in it.
Newest TSK vocabulary
Kela’s Terminological Glossary – Benefit-related Concepts (TSK 55) contains definitions and term recommendations in Finnish and Swedish on the social security provided by Kela. The subject fields of the glossary are e.g. sickness allowances and reimbursements for medical expenses, occupational health care, disability benefits, pensions, rehabilitation, housing benefits, financial aid for students, unemployment allowances, social assistance, and appeals against decisions and student health services as new subject fields.
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