Can't come to campus? You can still use the Library remotely

Before coming to campus, be sure to check the University's latest updates, COVID-19 safety measures, and current guidelines.
You don't need to come to campus in person to use Library services.

 Get research help over chat, email, or Zoom 

You can find out more about using the Library, or get help on a specific research topic, through our Ask a Librarian services.

 Support for undergraduates from the Student Learning Commons

Get help with undergraduate writing, learning, and English as an additional language! You can:

 Research Commons services for graduate students

The Research Commons offers support to grad students, including with graduate writing, learning, and research topics. 

Check out our online resources, book an online consultation, or attend a remote workshop.

 Access online books, journals, and more

You can access thousands of online journals, ebooks, and databases via the SFU Library Catalogue

To find them, filter your search results to "Full text online," or use the online resources only option.

 Try our special tools for easier online access

Or, if you find your articles using websites like Google Scholar, PubMed, or directly through publishers' sites, see Accessing online resources from off campus,  Library's Off Campus Bookmarklet and browser extensions to make it easier and faster to view licensed resources from most web browsers -- and without coming in through the Library's website.

 Not able to come to campus during COVID-19, but need a print book?

Our new Books by Mail service is for SFU or FIC students, faculty, or staff members who are unable to attend on-campus courses or work on campus in Fall 2021, due to COVID-19.

Date(s)
Fall 2021 (and beyond)