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SFU Library's Research Commons supports the research endeavours of the University community, with particular focus on graduate students during all stages of the research lifecycle - ideas, partners, proposal writing, research process, and publication - and provides easy access to both physical and virtual research resources.

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Research Commons: Home

SFU Library's Research Commons supports the research endeavours of the University community, with particular focus on graduate students during all stages of the research lifecycle - ideas, partners, proposal writing, research process, and publication - and provides easy access to both physical and virtual research resources.

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  • research days of summer

    Research Days of Summer at SFU Vancouver

    Check out and register for our summer workshops for graduate students and post-doctoral fellows at SFU Vancouver.

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  • Research Data Management

    Research Data Management

    The SFU Library supports the Tri-Agency Statement of Principles of Digital Data Management by providing a variety of services and support for research data management.

     

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  • Nvivo 12

    Make the switch: NVivo 11 ----> NVivo 12

    Researchers who use qualitative data analysis software now have access to NVivo 12. The SFU Library has renewed our license and it's time to upgrade to the latest version.
     

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  • Open knowledge means that...research in genearl will be more transparent and accessible to the public, policy-makers, and other scholars.

    We asked students: What does Open Knowledge mean to you?

    GSS Open Access Award winners tell us why Open Knowledge matters! 

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  • GIS consultations

    GIS consultations

    GIS consultations are available to provide in-depth assistance to researchers from any discipline.

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  • Make-Believe: The Secret Library of M. Prud'homme - A Rare Collection of Fakes!

    The Prud'homme Library exhibit has launched online and across Canada.

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