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Library services for Education Faculty Associates

Your librarian

Get in touch with your liaison librarian to arrange a workshop, suggest a purchase, or learn more about the library. 

Contact Deborah Hemming at or 778.782.7419.

Accessing Library collections

Find what you need

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

  • The Curriculum Collection has materials for the K-12 classroom, such as children's literature, teaching guides and kits, and textbooks.
  • Media collections contain educational DVDs that can be used in SFU and practicum classrooms.
  • Access our online resources (e.g. streaming video, ebooks, articles) via the library catalogue and databases.

Interlibrary loan | Suggest a purchase

SFU doesn't have it? We'll get it for you via Interlibrary Loans (ILL) -- fast and free of charge. Or suggest a title for purchase.

Request items

You can have materials delivered to the library at your preferred SFU campus, or to your home via Telebook. Use the request Item button.

Reserve services

You can put books, photocopies, personal copies, and online articles/websites on reserve. Learn more about Reserve Services for Faculty.

Teaching and learning services

Library workshops

The Library is also your partner in providing customized information and instruction services on topics including;

  • finding materials students can use in their practicums
  • conducting library research for inquiry projects
  • teaching information literacy skills
  • using a citation management tool (e.g. Zotero, Mendeley)
  • other topics, by request

Contact Deborah Hemming at  if you would like your students to benefit from a library workshop, web guide or Canvas tutorial.

Research help

In-person and online help is always available through Library research assistance services. Or contact your librarian Deborah Hemming at .

Consult the PDP library guide for more information about library resources for Professional Programs.

Academic writing & learning

The Student Learning Commons helps students with academic writing and learning. 

 Find answers to your questions

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