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RSS - icon RSS-feedThe Finnish Terminology Centre TSK (Sanastokeskus TSK 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
27.08.2018New material and new markup conventions in concept diagrams in the Finnish IT Terminology 8/2018
22.01.2018New material in the Finnish IT Terminology 1/2018
20.12.2017We wish everyone merry Christmas and a successful new year 2018
15.12.2017New material in the Bank and Finance Terminology 12/2017
Current projects
20.08.2018Terminology work for Tax Administration
29.05.2017 Updating the Classification of Buildings
28.05.2017Vocabulary of cyber security
28.05.2017Updating the Vocabulary of Comprehensive Security
18.05.2017Expanding MAO/TAO Ontology with concepts related to cultural landscapes
Current elsewhere
22.01.2018International Terminology Summer School 9-13 July 2018 in Vienna
22.01.2018TOTh conference in France 7–8 June 2018
31.03.2017Nordterm 2017 in Kongsberg 12-15 June 2017
   
Newest Terminfo
Terminfon WWW-sivuille
Terminfo, an online magazine published by the Finnish Terminology Centre TSK, describes terminology work and methods used in it.>>>
Newest TSK vocabulary
The Vocabulary of Cyber Security (TSK 52) contains some 70 concepts related to cyber and information security. The vocabulary aims to facilitate communication by clarifying concepts, harmonizing Finnish terms and offering reliable term equivalents. It is intended for the use of both specialists in the field and people who e.g. write or read on subjects related to cyber security. All concepts are given definitions and preferred terms in Finnish as well as term equivalents in Swedish and English.>>>
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