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  1. Digitized images (gif & pdf formats) of the Canada Gazette (a federal government newsletter) from 1841-1997. Includes: Announcements about statutes, regulations, administrative board decisions, and public notes from businesses, non-governmental organizations, and private citizens. For publications from 1998 to present, go to http://www.gazette.gc.ca/accueil-home-eng.html
  2. Access to publications of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence. Includes AI Magazine (15 month embargo), archive to The Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research (2003-2012), conference papers, technical reports, and funding tutorials.
  3. Full text access to various publications in the field of petroleum geology.
  4. Full text access to various publications in the field of petroleum geology.
  5. Research data repository run by the British Columbia Research Libraries' Data Services. It contains SFTP access to data files such as Social survey files, DLI data, GIS datasets, and geospatial data.
  6. A collection of eBooks from ABC-CLIO covering a range of disciplines.
  7. A custom table based on a 25% sample from the 2016 Canadian Census in Beyond 20/20 format containing aboriginal identity, age and sex excluding institutional residents of Canada, Provinces and Territories.
  8. Multidisciplinary index to academic & popular journals.
  9. The ACM's (Association for Computing Machinery) fulltext journals, conference proceedings, technical reports, and special interest group (SIG) newsletters. Includes technical and social aspects of computing technologies. Access the ACM Online Guide, a comprehensive bibliographic database on computing, via the Advanced Search function.
  10. Worldwide coverage of all aspects of computers and computing literature in English.
    2018-06-11. Access to the guide is consolidated within the ACM Digital Library. This link will be discontinued on August 1, 2018.
  11. Articles from the journal club of the American College of Physicians and the British Medical Journal Group.
  12. A searchable full-text collection of American Chemical Society (ACS) chemistry journals.
  13. Ebooks from Canadian publishers provided by the Association of Canadian University Presses/Association des Presses Universitaires Canadiennes.
  14. The Audio Engineering Society (AES) E-Library includes convention and conference papers, JAES journal articles, and engineering briefs on the subject of audio technology. Coverage: 1953-present.
  15. Literature on social gerontology, including articles from journals and magazines, books, research reports, and videos, with a focus on the social, psychological, and economic aspects of middle age and aging.
  16. Citations from books, articles and reports on agriculture and allied disciplines including, plant and animal science, environmental management, and food and nutrition.
  17. AGRIS (Agricultural sciences and technology) identifies worldwide references to journals, books, and non-conventional materials (sometimes called "grey literature" e.g. theses, reports, etc.) covering all aspects of agriculture, forestry, plant and animal production, and food and nutrition.CARIS (Current Agricultural Research Information System) identifies detailed information about current agricultural research projects being carried out in - or on behalf of - developing countries.
  18. Books from the Wosk-McDonald Aldine Collection, from the press of Aldus Manutius (1452-1515), the foremost editor, printer, and publisher of the Italian Renaissance. Includes Greek, Latin and Italian editions.
  19. Alternative, radical, and Left publications which report and analyze the practices and theories of cultural, economic, political, and social change. Includes both popular media publications and peer-reviewed journals.
  20. Diaries, scrapbooks, correspondence, research files, drawings, manuscripts, publications and teaching materials produced by the American zoologist, Edward Sylvester Morse, during his time in Japan. Materials note shop signs, fireworks, hairpins, agricultural tools, music, games, art and architecture, tea ceremonies and other aspects of life in 19th century Japan before it was transformed by Western modernization.
  21. Literature on all aspects of U.S. and Canadian history, culture and current affairs from prehistory to present. Access is limited to 6 users at a time. Users will be automatically logged out of the database after 12 minutes of inactivity.
  22. The American Antiquarian Society's collection of American periodicals published between 1684 and 1877.
  23. A searchable full-text collection of American Chemical Society (ACS) chemistry journals.
  24. A open-access index to historic and contemporary dissertations and theses primarily in the United States but also from select institutions from around the world. Some citations include links to the full text when available.
  25. Fully digitized film scripts, dating back to 1903. These are accurate and authorized versions of copyrighted scripts, and are indexed to allow searching by scene, character, director and more.
  26. A rich variety of material from the Edward E. Ayer Collection at the Newberry Library. Rare and original documents from treaties, speeches and diaries, historic maps, travel journals and more. Allows for the study of American Indian history from the early colonial period to the civil rights movement of the twentieth century.
  27. An interface to a crystal structure database that includes every structure published in the American Mineralogist, The Canadian Mineralogist, and the European Journal of Mineralogy.
  28. Regularly updated biographies of significant, influential or notorious figures from American history written by prominent scholars. Biographies range from missionaries to musicians, social workers to statisticians, cowboys to chemists, and Vikings to astronauts. The American National Biography include illustrations, bibliographies and links to select websites.
  29. Use for historical research into your academic field. Contains: Scans of American newspapers; general, special interest, childrens and womens magazines; literary, trade, and scholarly journals from 1740 1940. Titles include: General Magazine, Medical Repository, Publications of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Vanity Fair, McClures, Puck etc.
  30. Full texts of over 40 000 poems by over 200 American poets from 1600 - 1920. Covers the works of major poets e.g. Emily Dickinson, Walt Whitman; important literary groups e.g. the Transcendentalists; and less-known poets e.g. Emma Lazarus.
  31. Manuscripts, rare printed sources, maps, illustrations and other ephemera on frontier and pioneer life, as well as Native American history and culture.
  32. The Library and Archives Canadas online catalogue of published books, magazines, maps, music, and works for patrons with print or hearing impairments. To search the combined catalogues of public and academic libraries across Canada, use Voila (http://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/services/national-union-catalogue/Pages/national-union-catalogue.aspx) instead. *NOTE*: AMICUS will be decommissioned after late 2018.
    (April 2018) Library and Archives Canada has launched its new union catalogue, Voilą. Use Voilą to search the combined catalogues of Canadian libraries.
  33. Interactive 3D animated human anatomy and physiology models, narrated animations and illustrations, dissection slides, clinical case studies, pronunciation guide, quizzes and much more.
  34. Journal articles, reports, commentaries, edited works, and obituaries in social, cultural, physical, biological, and linguistic anthropology, ethnology, archaeology, folklore, material culture, and interdisciplinary studies.
  35. American Anthropological Association journals, newsletters, and bulletins published between 1888 to present.
  36. Seven decades of citations to articles on events, issues and trends in the history of business and industry. Includes the complete file of the Industrial Arts Index (1913-1957) covering topics such as aviation, commercial air travel, urban mass transit and the Atomic Age.
  37. Covers a range of journals on applied science and technology topics such as engineering, computer science, robotics, geology and metallurgy, materials, transportation, etc.
  38. Designed to serve the information needs of the caring professions, including practitioners, researchers, and students in health, social services, psychology, sociology, economics, politics, race relations and education. Covers aspects of health and social care, and the practical problems of society from a broadly social scientific perspective (sociology and psychology).
  39. Abstracts from articles, books, reports, conference proceedings, patents, and maps for aquatic sciences and fisheries from around the world.
  40. Access to ArcGIS, ArcView and ArcView GIS software for academic purposes.
  41. Texts, photographs, and illustrations on health, politics, age, race/ ethnicity, and social and economic issues in relation to LGBTQ rights and women's rights since 1940.
  42. Texts, photographs, and illustrations on health, politics, age, race/ ethnicity, and social and economic issues in relation to LGBTQ rights and women's rights since 1940.
  43. Historical documents from three digital collections: Global Missions and Theology (19th century missionary activities in the US); Tiananmen Square and U.S.-China relations, 1989-1993; and Women, War and Society, 1914-1918.
  44. Access to ArcGIS, ArcView and ArcView GIS software for academic purposes.
  45. Access to ArcGIS, ArcView and ArcView GIS software for academic purposes.
  46. Periodicals, journals, and reproduction of images covering fine, decorative and commercial art, folk art, photography, film, and architecture. Coverage from 1997-present is full-text; indexed coverage goes back to 1984.
  47. Periodicals, journals, and reproduction of images covering fine, decorative and commercial art, folk art, photography, film, and architecture. Coverage from 1997-present is full-text; indexed coverage goes back to 1984.
  48. SFU Library's Art Images is a collection of online images documenting a broad range of art in support of teaching, learning, and research at SFU, with an emphasis on the history of Western Art. Images are licensed for research and classroom use at SFU.
  49. Index of historical literature on a variety of art topics from the years 1984-present. It covers fine, decorative, and commercial art. Good for finding contemporary criticism of art at the time of its debut.
  50. Index of historical literature on a variety of art topics from the years 1929 to 1984. It covers fine, decorative, and commercial art. Good for finding contemporary criticism of art at the time of its debut.
  51. Search the Art Index, Art Full Text and the Art Index Retrospective together.
  52. Aggregates several literary databases for biographical and critical essays about the worlds most influential literary figures; literary commentary (popular and scholarly) from 1400 present; biographical information about childrens and young adult authors and illustrators; multidisciplinary encyclopedias and specialized reference sources.
  53. Search across multiple Gale collections for monographs, manuscripts, newspapers, photographs, maps, and other primary sources.
  54. Open-access digital repository covering visual arts in Canada and especially Quebec. Includes essays, articles, books and magazines as well as images, audio and video works. Also provides access to Artexe's cataloge for their print collection, housed on-site in Quebec.
  55. NOTE: For use by current SFU faculty, staff and registered students only.
    French literature, non-fiction and technical writing.
  56. A multidisciplinary index to the journal literature of the arts and humanities. Some of the disciplines covered include: Archaeology, Architecture, Art, Asian Studies, Classics, Dance, Folklore, History, Language, Linguistics, Literary Reviews, Literature, Music, Philosophy, Poetry, Radio, Television, & Film, Religion, Theatre.
  57. Contains abstracts of architecture and design journals from 1900-1986; digitized issues of 19th and 20th century art journals; profiles of individual designers, artists, architects, craftspeople, and studios who are featured in these journal publications; and research resources on poster design, including digitized historical posters.
  58. Very large repository of digital images documenting artistic heritage and visual culture from around the world. Special tools are available within the database to support educators and researchers, including shared folders and personalized collections, through the ARTstor Instructor Privileges service.
  59. A collection of research papers in physics, mathematics, computer science, quantitative biology, quantitative finance and statistics.
  60. Analytical scientific methods developed, reviewed and approved by the American Society of Brewing Chemists (ASBC) to ensure quality, consistency and safety of malt-based beverages and their ingredients. Comes with built-in calculators, videos, spreadsheets, audio PowerPoints, and color images to help users understand and perfom analytical methods better or more quickly.
  61. 252 plays from 1891- present by 42 playwrights with biographies; production details; and, scanned playbills, production photographs, and manuscript images. Represents works by authors of Japanese, Filipino, Vietnamese, Chinese, Hawaiian, Indian, Thai, Korean, Persian, and Malaysian descent.
  62. Case reports and decisions from Advertising Self-Regulatory Council (ASRC), a self-regulatory body for national advertisers in the US. ASRC includes materials from the National Advertising Division (NAD) of the Council of Better Business Bureaus, the Children's Advertising Review Unit (CARU), the National Advertising Review Board (NARB) and the Electronic Retailing Self-Regulatory Program (ERSP).
    Library staff can find the details on the library staff website.
    Access: Access to the documents in this database is restricted to current SFU students, faculty and staff. To get the user name & password, contact an SFU librarian.
  63. News analysis, human interest stories, entertainment and sports reporting as well as the personal papers of Associated Press staff members, consisting of wire copy, correspondence, journals, reporters' notebooks, and other materials. THe US City Bureaus Collection consists of wire copy, correspondence and newsletters related to significant events in US political and social history. Files in the Washington, DC Bureau Collection include Files include coverage of press conferences, travel, speeches, campaigns and elections, and messages to Congress.
  64. Details on Canadian organizations and international groups including industry, commercial and professional associations, registered charities, and special interest organizations.
  65. Citations with abstracts to the worldwide literature (grey literature and published research from 1978) on the Arctic and other cold regions. Produced by the Arctic Institute of North America. Covers a wide range of topics ranging from science to social science and history.
  66. Bibliographic references to books, articles, reviews and other resources. and article abstracts where available click on Get@SFU link for full text access options. Covers: biblical studies, world religions, church history, and religion in social issues
  67. Search archival holdings of both the SFU Archives and SFU Library's Special Collections and Rare Books. Mostly descriptions of records, with direct access where available.
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