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  1. Posters and handbills created largely by the Atelier Populaire during the student protests in France in May 1968. Each day during the uprising members of the Atelier Populaire would meet to discuss the day's events and coordinate a message for the following day via posters, a form of wall newspaper.
  2. Digital facsimiles from books, serials, pamphlets, containing materials on commerce, finance, social conditions, politics, trade and transport. Covering the 15th to the 20th century.
  3. Presents comparative business statistics. Each entry features data and market description; a list of producers/products along with their market share; and cites original sources.
  4. A multidisciplinary database, appropriate for secondary school and up. Includes popular magazine articles, book reviews and historical documents and publications like CIA World Fact Book.
  5. Diaries and personal writings, published studies and questionnaires, photographs, and file reports, manuscript and typescript papers on everyday lives of ordinary people in Britain. Thematic studies, including surveys, ephemera, accounts, and observations were collected by investigators and personal accounts were submitted by volunteers of the social research organization, Mass Observation.
  6. E-books in Materials Science from CRC Press.
  7. Full-text searchable database collection of over 125 handbooks, textbooks and manuals from CRC Press.
  8. Reviews and abstracts of books, articles and conference proceedings on mathematics, statistics, and computing science.
  9. Posters and handbills created largely by the Atelier Populaire during the student protests in France in May 1968. Each day during the uprising members of the Atelier Populaire would meet to discuss the day's events and coordinate a message for the following day via posters, a form of wall newspaper.
  10. Access to the Medical Letter on Drugs and Therapeutics, Treatment Guidelines from the Medical Letter, La Lettre Médicale and Reference Tables.
  11. Manuscripts and printed sources covering English, Irish, Scottish, and colonial history during the medieval and early modern period (c1100-1800).
  12. Scans of European travel writing manuscripts from 1200-1500 about journeys to Central Asia, China, India, Mongolia, Persia, and Southeast Asia.
  13. Provides articles from worldwide biomedical and health literature, covering research, clinical practice, administration, policy issues, and health care services.
  14. From the U.S. National Library of Medicine, provides access to abstracts and articles on biomedical research. Use this version if you are an alumni or extramural borrower or external user accessing this database from home. No login required.
  15. From the U.S. National Library of Medicine, provides access to abstracts and articles on biomedical research. Use this version if you are an SFU student, faculty or staff to see "Get@SFU" links to full text on the PubMed interface.
  16. Provides articles from worldwide biomedical and health literature, covering research, clinical practice, administration, policy issues, and health care services. Available to current students, faculty and staff members (and alumni and external SFU cardholders from within the library).
  17. 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.
  18. Descriptions of archival materials preserved in archives and repositories across BC, with links to digitized materials where available; includes in-person access information.
  19. Testing instruments used in social science disciplines, including psychology, counseling, and education. Entries often include reviews of the test. Tests in Print has information on all known commercially available tests in English.
  20. Formerly called Microlog, this index covers publications of research value put out by the Canadian Government. This includes publications produced by federal, provincial, territorial & municipal governments, government agencies & departments, research institutes and government laboratories. It also contains theses and dissertations(1990 - 1998 only) from Canadian universities.
  21. Dictionary of Middle English; bibliography of Middle English references cited in the dictionary; 146 full text volumes of Middle English prose and poetry.
  22. Letters, travel journals, diaries and oral histories, scrapbooks, government papers, hand-drawn maps, watercolours, objects, emigration pamphlets, shipping papers ,and rare printed materials on migration from Great Britain, Ireland, mainland Europe, and Asia to the New World and Australasia between 1880 and 1924.
  23. Information on over 64,000 publicly-traded companies and 275 million private companies from 225 countries. Advanced search options for the same data is available through the ORBIS database.
  24. Citations to scholarly literature in linguistics, modern languages, folklore, literary theory & criticism, and dramatic arts; historical aspects of printing and publishing, rhetoric and composition; and, the theory and practice of teaching language and literature.
  25. Online proceedings from Materials Research Society Symposia. Contains work across the broad field of materials research, including: Biomaterials, Biomimetics, Nanomaterials, Quantum matter, Plasmonics, Nanophotonics, and more. Volume 1 (1980) to Volume 1810 (2015).
  26. The Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (MSRB) is the primary regulator of the US municipal security market. The trades represent transactions by investors and dealers in the over-the-counter market for municipal securities issued by municipal entities, including states, counties, cities and special tax districts.
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  27. Newspapers, interviews, photographs, print and material culture documenting first-hand accounts of first generation immigrants and their early experiences in Canada.
  28. Print materials (books, pamphlets, etc.) and video relating to multiculturalism and ethnicity generally, as well as to specific ethnic groups within Canada, including: African, Armenian, Chinese, Croatian, Doukhobor, Dutch, French, Finnish, Japanese, Jewish, Hungarian, Italian, Lithuanian, Macedonian, Mennonite, Pakistani, Polish, Portuguese, Russian and Ukrainian.
  29. International periodicals covering classical and popular music. Includes journal articles, book reviews, record reviews, first performances, and obituaries.
  30. Online access to distinguished classical recordings. It includes tens of thousands of licensed recordings, and includes music from Medieval to contemporary, from choral works to symphonies, operas, and the avant-garde. Multiple versions of works are available to enable comparative listening.
  31. Classical music scores and manuscripts. Many pieces have associated online recordings in the Classical Music Library database.
  32. Streaming audio recordings of the world's musical and aural traditions. Recordings come from a variety of places including Smithsonian Folkways Records, Cook, Dyer-Bennet, Fast Folk, Monitor, Paredon and other labels. It also includes music recorded for the International Library of African Music (ILAM), as well as material collected by recordists on the South Asian subcontinent from the Archive Research Centre for Ethnomusicology (ARCE).
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