Communication information resources: Home

This guide is designed to help you get started with your Communication research.  Find books, journal articles, and additional research resources available to you at SFU Library.  

Contact info


If you need help, please contact Sylvia Roberts, Liaison Librarian for Communication & Contemporary Arts at 778.782.3681 or sroberts@sfu.ca or Ask a librarian.

What's new?

These days, due to COVID, my communication with researchers is usually via email, phone, Zoom and other platforms.  Remember when we used to run into people on campus?

I'd be happy to hear from you by email, especially if you have a question about research for a CMNS course or one that can be addressed by finding an appropriate information source.

If we need to have a more in-depth conversation, we can schedule that at our mutual convenience. 

Help with course assignments

200 level

  • CMNS 201 Empirical Methods for Communications Research [Chris Jeschelniki) (updated: Spring 24]
  • CMNS 210 Media History (Zoë Druick) (updated: Spring 24]
  • CMNS 230 The Cultural Industries in Canada: Global Context (Mariane Bourcheix-Laporte) (updated: Fall 22)

300 level

  • CMNS 362 Evaluation Methods for Applied Communication Research (Benjamin Anderson)  (updated: Fall 22]

Graduate research

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