Features

  • interlibrary loans

    SFU doesn't have it?

    Use Interlibrary Loans to get books, articles, reports, and more from other libraries.

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  • Breaking news: Google bans cat pics on the internet! Apocalypse Meow! Two cats, one facing the camera, mouth open in surprise.

    Is it fake news? Propaganda? Satire?

    Get some quick tips and test your knowledge with our new guide.

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  • Refworks Migration

    It's time to migrate from RefWorks

    Access to SFU RefWorks accounts will cease within the next year, on December 31st, 2017.

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  • Apply now to volunteer at the SLC

    Do you like writing and helping others? Apply now until March 6 to volunteer at the SLC.

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  • On March 14, Gary Geddes and Joan Morris talk about the journey through the minefields of indigenous health care.

    Medicine unbundled

    On March 14, Gary Geddes and Joan Morris talk about the journey through the minefields of indigenous health care. Come and hear them speak.

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  • Boot camp booklets

    Thesis Boot Camp

    Thesis Boot Camp provides graduate students with the opportunity to spend three days dedicated to making serious progress on their dissertation or master’s thesis.

    Registration now OPEN for the April 2017 session (at SFU Burnaby). Register now before it fills up!

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  • Digital Humanities Cafe

    Digital Humanities Café

    Join the DH Café Wednesday afternoons to learn more about digital research in the humanities.

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  • SFU launches its new Open Access Policy

    Open Access Policy endorsed by SFU Senate

    In January 2017, SFU Senate endorsed the Open Access Policy acknowledging the commitment of faculty, students, & postdoctoral fellows to share the products of their SFU research with the broadest possible audience.

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  • Amber Dawn's photo

    What book changed your mind?

    We asked our friends — faculty, staff, alumni, writers, scholars, artists, musicians — to tell us about that one book that changed everything!

    READ THEIR STORIES →
  • Freadom (freedom to read)

    Freedom to Read week February 26 - March 4

    Celebrate your freedom to read with the SFU Library!

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