Start Your Research Here: A brief overview of the research process, including some general ideas of where to start your search for books and articles.
- New books in CMNS
- All of SFU's books and journals -- both online and print -- are listed in the Library Catalogue. See the Library Catalogue search guide for tips on advanced searching.
- Collections of digital books
- ebrary: Books and reports in all subject areas from a wide range of publishers
- Canadian Electronic Library: This collection brings together monograph publications from a variety of Canadian public policy institutes, research institutes, think-tanks, advocacy groups, government agencies and university research centres.
Journals & magazines
Indexing & abstracts for over 550 journals in the fields of communication, mass media studies, linguistics and film including full text for over 400 journals.
- For further suggestions, see the full list of CMNS databases.
- You may also want to view database lists such as News Sources, Publishing, Computing Science, Film, Public Policy, etc. as appropriate for your specific research topic.
- A significant portion of the e-journals available at the SFU Library is relevant to CMNS. Search our lists of e-journals by title, keyword or subject.