Interactive Arts and Technology information resources: Additional resources

Theses and dissertations

You can access previous SFU theses in the School of Interactive Arts + Technology through the Library catalogue or through Summit, SFU's institutional repository. You can locate newly-submitted theses (awaiting auditing), by searching the Thesis Registration System. For theses between 1998 and 2002 search either Dissertations and Theses Abstracts and Index or Theses Canada.

To find other Canadian, US, and international theses & dissertations - use Dissertations and Theses Abstracts and Index or try Open Access Theses and Dissertations (OTAD).

Multimedia collections


ArtSTOR documents artistic traditions across many times and cultures and includes architecture, painting, sculpture, photography, decorative arts, and design as well as many other forms of visual culture. The collection has been derived from several source collections that are the product of collaborations with libraries, museums, photographic archives, publishers, slide libraries, and individual scholars.

Video + DVD

LinkedIn Learning video tutorials on Photoshop, Microsoft Office, Flash, Final Cut Pro, design principles, digital photography, print and web design, digital video, and animation.

Dance in Video includes streaming video of dance productions & documentaries by the most influential performers and companies of the 20th century.

To find videos and DVDs in SFU's multimedia collection, limit the resource type to "Audio Visual" in the Advanced Search. If SFU does not have the item, use the ELN Media Catalogue to search for it at other BC libraries.

Sound effects

Check out our Pro Sound Effects database to search or browse for sound effect files that you can use in non-commercial media projects. 

Links to other SFU subject guides

Directories of websites

Interactive, digital and media arts

Interaction design

Current awareness services and tools

It's possible to have current awareness services and tools send you notifications for search alerts, table of contents for journals, new items added to SFU library, and cited reference alerts. We also have the LibKey Nomad extension, which you can add to your browser that provides instant links to SFU Library's full-text content for articles and e-books as you do research on the web.