The SFU Library has a growing collection of non-journal electronic resources (ebooks, streaming video, music...etc) available to current students, faculty and staff.
Permanent links to electronic resources
Most of these electronic resources that are listed in the Library Catalogue can be linked to in course listings, library electronic reserves listings and course websites or Canvas.
Please use the PERMALINK provided by the library's catalogue to ensure SFU authentication both on and off-campus (where applicable).
Electronic collections with simultaneous user limits
There are a number of Electronic Resources in our collection that may not be suitable for course reserves or used as a textbook due to limits on the number of simultaneous users or the collection is continuously updated (content is regularly replaced with new titles).
E-books limited to x simultaneous users will be designated in the Public notes. See the record Developing sport expertise: researchers and coaches put theory into practice for an example.
SU = Simultaneous Users.
- Classical Music Library - 12 SUs
- Counseling and Therapy in Video - 5 SUs
- Dance in Video - 3 SUs
- eBook Collection on EBSCOhost User limits vary by title and are indicated in public notes.
- Ebook Central Academic Complete Collection. Titles have been withdrawn from time to time.
- See the following FAQ on how to determine whether an Ebook Central e-book is owned outright or is leased as a part of the Ebook Central Academic Complete Subscription.
- Electronic Enlightenment - 1 SU
- MyiLibrary User limits vary by title and are indicated in public notes.
- Safari Tech Books - 8 SUs - collection is also constantly in flux (titles are added and removed regularly)
- Smithsonian Global Sound - 3 SUs
Not licensed for public performance
Some streaming video resources are not licensed for public performance, in other words they cannot be viewed in a group or classroom setting.
If you have questions about any of our electronic resources please contact email@example.com