Library Scene Investigation blog
Do you need books, articles, theses, or other research materials that aren't in SFU Library's collection? What about an obscure government document, books on dog nutrition, fiction in other languages, or an out-of-print Festschrift about your favourite scholar? These are just some of the resources we may be able to obtain for you for free through SFU Library's Interlibrary Loan System.
I'm pleased to note that SFU Library now provides online access to the database NOMOS - American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy. To view, simply log into HeinOnline via the SFU Library. Each volume OF NOMOS features essays on a specific topic, such as protest and dissent (2020), moral universalism and pluralism (2009), and transitional justice (2012).
Good news! As of today, interlibrary loan times for some books has now been extended from 3 weeks to 6 weeks*. This added loan time applies to books borrowed from partner COPPUL libraries (a collection of university libraries in Western Canada). In addition, there is a possibility of renewal for another six weeks, for a maximal potential loan time of 12 weeks!
Check out Ryerson Democratic Engagement Exchange’s guide to voting in the 2019 election: The Power is Yours: Your Federal Election Handbook.
The handbook "is a non-partisan guide that equips first-time and infrequent voters with the knowledge to make a confident, informed vote in the 2019 federal election. The workbook-style handbook is engaging, and easy to read and most importantly: fun!"