O'Reilly Online Learning (formerly Safari Books Online)

Leased, rotating collection of technology, digital media, and business books; educational videos included as well. Both trade (eg, O'Reilly) and academic publishers (CRC, Wiley) in collection. To use O'Reilly Online Learning (formerly Safari Books Online) you will need to create an O'Reilly account on O'Reilly's website using your SFU email address.
Alternate names
O'Reilly for higher education, O'Reilly online learning
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Content type
Ebook collection
Safari O'Reilly
Open access
Computing Science, Engineering Science, Interactive Arts & Technology (SIAT), Management Information Systems, Mechatronic Systems Engineering, Publishing
Course Pack Print
Course Pack Note
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Course Reserve Electronic Copy
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Interlibrary loan electronic
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