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If you need help, please contact Deborah Hemming, Librarian for the Faculty of Education at 778.782.7419 or or Ask a librarian.

Find what you need

Use the SFU Library Catalogue or Library Search to find articles, books, databases, journals, media and other materials.

Want some search tips? See our Catalogue search guide.

Not sure how to get started? Use our guide Start Your Research Here.

Using this guide

In addition to books, here are some other types of library resources you may want to strategically target:

  • Academic subject-specific encyclopedias provide summaries of information and suggest further readings.
  • Handbooks provide background or "how to" information about research methodologies or professional topics.
  • In journals, primary source articles present original scholarly work, and they are often peer-reviewed. Also in journals, review articles (not to be confused with book reviews) summarize findings of all relevant publications into one coherent view of the topic.
  • Theses or dissertations often provide thorough literature reviews on their topic.

Featured Resource

New! Storybooks Canada is a free and open educational online resource that aims to promote bilingualism and multilingualism in Canada.  It makes 40 stories from the African Storybook available in the major immigrant and refugee languages of Canada, in addition to the official languages of English and French.

Specialized research guides

Research guides for specific courses