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Computer Science

 

Your Subject Librarian is Justin Megahan. Need research assistance? He can be reached at 314-889-4566.

Background Information

Access Science: Links to McGraw-Hill's Encyclopedia of Science & Technology Online with lots of computer and technology information.

Britannica Online Academic Edition: This reference source provides full-text documents, facts & figures, video and images, timelines, world data, and a world atlas.

CredoReference: This electronic reference source contains over 3,000,000 full-text entries from nearly 500 encyclopedias, dictionaries, biographies, chronologies, speeches and images.

For Articles

Library, Information Science & Technology: This EBSCO database contains a periodical index with access to over 500 core journals (276 in full-text) and monographs on topics including information management, search engines, and the information industry.

Academic Search: This EBSCO database contains a periodical index providing access to over 12,500 journals (8,500 in full-text). Numerous areas of academic study including science, ethnic & multicultural studies, mathematics, psychology, religion and women's studies are covered.

NewsBank: This database provides the electronic editions of local, regional, and national U.S. newspapers as well as full-text content of key international sources, news magazines, special reports, and world maps. Paid ads are excluded.

Websites

DLIST: Digital Library of Information Science and Technology: Open archive depository developed by the University of Arizona, documents include a braod range of information science and information technology related subjects.

Ethics in Computing: Compendium of documents, essays, news reports and links to other sites organized around eight basic topics related to computer use along with some study guides.

Informatics Portal -- io-port.net: Web portal covering computer science and technology literature. The portal provides access to more than one million publications in a standardized format, covering all areas of computer science and related disciplines and is constantly updated with additional content.

NSF and the Birth of the Internet: The Internet is now a part of modern life, but how was it created? Learn how the technology behind the Internet was created and how NSFNET, a network created to help university researchers in the 1980s, grew to become the Internet we know today.

Science.gov: Gateway to authoritative selected science information provided by U.S. government agencies, including research and development results.

W3C: The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is an international community that develops standards to ensure the long-term growth of the Web.

Virtual Library for Computing and Computer Science: Computer-Aided Design, Digital Rights Management, handheld design, web design and more. Don't miss the Virtual Museum of Computing!