Research Commons: Sharing your research: Knowledge mobilization, open access, and publishing


During COVID-19, Research Commons' services continue.

SFU graduate students are encouraged to book consultations with the Research Commons staff and partners. Consultations are available by phone, via email, or through online video-conference.

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  Scholarly publishing & open access

Visit Scholarly Publishing and Open Access resources to get support and locate resources for publishing your research, promoting your work, and measuring the impact and visibility of your scholarship.   


Know your rights and obligations under Canada’s copyright laws for copyright protected works used for university teaching, learning, and research, and find resources and tools to support you as a user (instructor, student or staff member) or creator of copyright protected works.

  Knowledge Mobilization Hub 

Visit Knowledge mobilization: Resources and tips to get started for help with sharing your research findings with wider communities in meaningful ways.

  Current awareness

Current awareness services and tools are a convenient and efficient way to stay informed about the latest research in areas that you're interested in.

  Build your online presence

Create a thoughtful, curated, and professional academic web presence and your research is more likely to be found, read, discussed, and shared online.