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    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!

  • Open Access Week

    Celebrate Open Access Week 2016!

    Join us Oct. 24-30 to learn more about open access, open data, and open education!

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  • SFU's Research Data Repository

    Radar: SFU's Research Data Repository

    Radar is Simon Fraser University's research data repository. It contains data collections created by SFU researchers and it supports preservation over the long term. Deposit your data in Radar and browse its records.

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  • Perry the Poster Man Collection

    'Perry the Poster Man' Collection

    Learn more about this recent acquisition by Special Collections & Rare Books.

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  • Thrilling Reads!

    Fall into a haunting read this October.

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    One Book One SFU: The Argonauts

    Join us for an evening of reading and conversation with Maggie Nelson and Amber Dawn as they discuss Nelson's powerful and genre-bending memoir. Tickets are free but limited. Book yours today!

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  • GIS Day

    Join us for GIS Day - November 16

    GIS Day 2016 at SFU will feature a hands-on GIS workshop in the morning and speakers from across disciplines and contexts in the afternoon. 

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  • Dr. Miriam Nichols

    A Talk by Dr. Miriam Nichols

    You are Invited!

    Simon Fraser University Library (Burnaby Campus) is pleased to invite you to the noon hour talk in Special Collections on Thursday, November 10th, 2016

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  • Bennett Library Open 24/7

    Extended Library hours for exam time!

    Study 24/7 at the W.A.C. Bennett Library at SFU Burnaby from 8am Monday November 14 to 10pm Sunday December 18, 2016.


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  • Academic English Coaching

    Academic English Coaching

    The Student Learning Common’s English for Academic Purposes Support Program offers free, one-to-one English language coaching to help students for whom English is an additional language improve their academic English skills.

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  • SLC French Workshop

    Writing Support in French at the SLC

    Book your appointment at the Student Learning Commons website ...or drop in!

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