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  1. 4,500 selected images from the photograph collection of the weekly Vancouver labour newspaper Pacific Tribune. The images cover a twenty-year span, from 1972 to 1992, which was one of the most active periods in British Columbia's labour history. Also included are images from other social movements, including rallies and campaigns for human rights and the internationally recognized Vancouver walks for peace during the mid-1980s.
  2. Contains the full text of the 8 volume New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics.
  3. Scans of medieval and Renaissance manuscripts and early printed books, with associated bibliographic references and scholarly annotations.
  4. Demographic and economic data on every country in the world (with forecasts), as well as statistics, market reports, company profiles and information sources for country, market, consumer, and lifestyle profiling.

    Restricted to current SFU students, faculty and staff with a valid SFU computing ID.

    Effective January 22, 2018, a name and email address is required to download PDF reports. Euromonitor implemented this requirement for security and will not use for sales or marketing purposes.

  5. Full-text of the works and correspondences by important figures in the humanities, social sciences, political science, theology, and literature. In the original language and English translations.
  6. Greek material (with Latin translations) related to the history of the Christian Church before 1439.
  7. Full text of the writings of the Christian Church Fathers and other ecclesiastical writers from 2nd-13th centuries CE. Includes: all prefatory material; original texts; critical apparatus and indexes, with Migne's column numbers.
  8. Census data from 1981-2006 for Canada, the Provinces, and all Census Subdivisions.
    Access: Available at the standalone computer at Bennett Library.
    Reserve/book time: You can book or reserve time on the computer in the Bennett library on Burnaby Mountain which runs this resource by clicking here.
  9. Over 365,000 entries of inorganic diffraction data for crystals and powders. A collection of inorganic materials, produced in a standardized format that can be rapidly searched for unknown phase identification.
    Access: Available at the standalone computer on the third floor of the Bennett library.
    Reserve/book time: You can book or reserve time on the computer in the Bennett library on Burnaby Mountain which runs this resource by clicking here.
  10. Covers classroom practices and principles of teaching for quality learning. Includes research-based, teacher-generated resources by the Project for Enhancing Effective Learning (PEEL).
    Restricted to current students, faculty and staff.
  11. Purchasing power parity and national income accounts converted to international prices, covers 190 countries for some or all of the years 1950-2000. The WRDS interface offers more background information, but fewer download options than CHASS (this one).
  12. National income accounts-type of variables converted to international prices, allowing for income comparisons among countries.
    SFU faculty, graduate students and eligible staff may register for an WRDS account. These WRDS accounts come with additional features such as SSH/FPT access and memory space for intermediate result sets. Use your SFU email address when applying for an account. New accounts will normally be activated within two business days.
  13. The official voice of the central government of the People's Republic of China and China's most authoritative newspaper. Coverage is from May 1946 to present.
  14. Scans of manuscripts (format: pdf) written or compiled by women in the British Isles during the 16th-17th centuries CE.
  15. Multidisciplinary collection of journals and periodicals for the performing arts. It covers drama, theater, dance, film, and television.
  16. Full-text of hundreds of historically significant academic journals mainly in the humanities and social sciences from the early 1800s onwards. Note that current articles or journals are not included in this collection.
  17. Indexes French language social science and science journals published in France.
  18. Data on firms Total q ratio (an improved Tobins q proxy) and the replacement cost of firms intangible capital.
    SFU faculty, graduate students and eligible staff may register for an WRDS account. These WRDS accounts come with additional features such as SSH/FPT access and memory space for intermediate result sets. Use your SFU email address when applying for an account. New accounts will normally be activated within two business days.
  19. Information about colleges & universities, admissions, scholarships, test preparation (e.g. SATs) and more. Focuses on the educational institutions in North America.
  20. Information about colleges & universities, admissions, scholarships, test preparation (e.g. SATs) and more. Focuses on the educational institutions in North America.
  21. Postcards collected by Philip Francis that visually capture a wide array of places, people, events, industries, geographic and architectural landmarks, and modes of transportation associated with British Columbia. Many are from the "golden age" of postcards, 1900 to 1920, and publishers include Vancouver's Thompson Stationery Co. and Warwick Brothers & Rutter, the first Canadian company to produce Canadian-made colour postcards. A large percentage contain personal messages.
  22. Journal articles, books, and contributions from anthologies in all areas of philosophy research. The international coverage includes resources in numerous languages (including English).
  23. Articles, books, and researchers' personal pages related to philosophy. Includes a substantial open access archive.
  24. The PHLX is a primary marketplaces for the trading of stocks, equity options, index options and currency options.
    SFU faculty, graduate students and eligible staff may register for an WRDS account. These WRDS accounts come with additional features such as SSH/FPT access and memory space for intermediate result sets. Use your SFU email address when applying for an account. New accounts will normally be activated within two business days.
  25. The American Physical Society's online archive for Physical Review Letters, Reviews of Modern Physics, and Physical Review AE. Contains all APS journal articles published from 1893 to 2010.
  26. Physics e-books published by CRC Press. Contains titles from astrophysics to quantum physics, materials science to optoelectronics.
  27. Index of current and retrospective literature on post-traumatic stress disorder and other mental health issues resulting from traumatic events.
  28. Provides articles covering topics related to science, technology and medicine.
  29. E-book almanacs that present trends, technologies, companies, analysis, and forecasts for a variety of industries.
  30. Access to millions of pages of digitized historical content. Includes books, magazines, and primary source material: maps, photos, newspapers, manuscripts, pamphlets, portraits, sermons, poems digitized by the Gale company.
    Free for residents located in British Columbia and the Yukon, Canada. SFU Authorized Users may access the same Gale Digital Collections from anywhere with a valid SFU ID and password.
  31. Comparative information on political finance regulations, including bans and limits on private income, public funding, regulations and spending and reporting, and oversight and sanctions of over 180 countries.
  32. Journals, reference books and monographs, and conference papers on political topics with a worldwide focus, reflecting the globalization of contemporary political discourse.
  33. World-wide articles, books, reports, theses, and newspaper articles on population, family planning and related health issues.
  34. Colour images of manuscripts and rare printed materials, as well as photographs, ephemera and memorabilia covering popular culture in Britain, America, and Canada from 1950 to 1975.
  35. An annotated bibliography on population topics covering books, journal articles, working papers, and other material. Produced by the Office of Population Research, Princeton University.
  36. Over 365,000 entries of inorganic diffraction data for crystals and powders. A collection of inorganic materials, produced in a standardized format that can be rapidly searched for unknown phase identification.
    Access: Available at the standalone computer on the third floor of the Bennett library.
    Reserve/book time: You can book or reserve time on the computer in the Bennett library on Burnaby Mountain which runs this resource by clicking here.
  37. Full-text of current issues of newspapers from around the world in full-color, full-page format. Includes thousands of newspapers in over 40 languages from Canada and internationally. A rolling back file of coverage varies with each newspaper ranging from 3 days to 2 months.
  38. Interactive 3D animated human anatomy and physiology models, narrated animations and illustrations, dissection slides, clinical case studies, pronunciation guide, quizzes and much more.
  39. Annual survey data on Canadian consumer behaviour, including readership of specific Canadian magazines and newspapers and usage of consumer products (categories, not brands) and services (e.g. financial or travel). The data can be cross-tabulated by demographic and psychographic factors. See Vividata Target Snapshot for some of the same data in a simpler, online interface.
    Access: Available at the standalone computers at Bennett and Belzberg Libraries.
    Reserve/book time: You can book or reserve time on the computer in the Bennett library on Burnaby Mountain which runs this resource by clicking here.
  40. ebooks from university presses and scholarly publishers who are members of the UPCC (University Press Content Consortium) available from the Project Muse platform from Johns Hopkins University Press. Note that SFU end users have access to a sub-set of content.
  41. Humanities and social sciences peer-reviewed academic journals and ebooks from university presses and scholarly societies world-wide.
  42. The American Physical Society's online archive for Physical Review Letters, Reviews of Modern Physics, and Physical Review AE. Contains all APS journal articles published from 1893 to 2010.
  43. Full-text access to The Guardian (U.K.-based; from 2010), the Vancouver Sun (2011) and the Victoria Times Colonist (from 2011). Searchable by specific dates. Digitized microfilm is useful for seeing a full newspaper page as it was in the original printed copy.
  44. Worlds most comprehensive collection of dissertations and theses from around the world. Historic and ongoing coverage.
  45. Full-text of the New York Times newspaper from its inception in 1851 to four years ago. Contains full-page images of each issue.
  46. Full-text coverage of the Wall Street Journal newspaper from its inception in 1889 to eighteen years ago. Contains full-page images of each issue.
  47. Full-text coverage of the Washington Post newspaper from its inception in 1877 to seven years ago. Contains full-page images of each issue.
  48. International literature in sociology and social services, and related fields. Searches multiple databases including: Applied Social Science Index, ProQuest Sociology Database, Social Services Abstracts, and Sociological Abstracts.
  49. Literature and audiovisual materials in sociology and social work, including culture and social structure, history and theory of sociology, social psychology, substance abuse and addiction, and more.
  50. Articles from all journals published by the American Psychological Association and the Canadian Psychological Association.
  51. Scholarly and classic psychology ebooks and reference material (handbooks, encyclopedia articles).
  52. Reviews of books in psychology and the social sciences, as well as professional videos and popular films from a psychological perspective. Publication ended in Fall 2017.
  53. Articles, books, and recent news from the American Journal of Psychiatry, as well as access to the DSM-5.
  54. Streaming videos of therapy sessions, in the fields of counseling, psychotherapy, and addiction. Organized by approach, therapeutic issue, population and therapist. Includes transcripts.
  55. Articles, books, book chapters, technical reports, and theses and dissertations in the field of psychology and the psychological aspects of other disciplines such as education, health, sociology, anthropology, linguistics, business, and law.
  56. Psychological tests, measures, scales, surveys, and other assessment tools. In most cases actual test or test items provided, but without scoring key information.
  57. Articles on the core topics of the agricultural sciences including nutrition, food safety, food quality, animal and crop production and protection, natural resources, sustainable agricultural systems, rural development, agricultural economic and policy issues, agricultural imports and exports, agricultural statistics, extramural research, and extension education.
  58. Datasets from a variety of American sources in the public domain, converted into a consistent format. Sources include: Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA), Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project (HCUP) and Medical Expenditure Panel Survey (MEPS).
    SFU faculty, graduate students and eligible staff may register for an WRDS account. These WRDS accounts come with additional features such as SSH/FPT access and memory space for intermediate result sets. Use your SFU email address when applying for an account. New accounts will normally be activated within two business days.
  59. Searchable archive of all Publishers Weekly issues from 1872 to 2016, in full colour format. Contains US publishing industry news, book reviews, and bestseller lists, as well as coverage of the British book trade.
  60. 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.
  61. 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.
  62. Articles from biomedical and life sciences.
  63. Specifically searches for articles about dietary supplements and related topics including, vitamin, mineral, phytochemical, ergogenic, botanical, and herbal supplements in human nutrition and animal models.
  64. Punch was a British weekly magazine of humour and satire renowned for its provocative and satirical commentary and full-page political cartoons, often referred to as "The Big Cuts". Also includes the yearly Almanacks containing a humourous review of the upcoming year. Punch captures the changes in British political and social life from the mid 19th century to 1992.
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