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How to Use this Guide!

Welcome to the Computer Science Program Libguide! This web page is designed to give you easy access to the fundamental resources to your classes and reliable information written, read, and researched by professionals in the computer science field. Within this side, you will find links, tools, recommended readings, and professional organizations helpful to your studies and professional employment. So don't wait until the last minute to get ahead on your academic goals -begin navigating with ease through this virtual site filled with essential computer science components!

"Everyone should learn how to code. It teaches you how to think" -- Steve jobs

Researching Computer Science in Ebsco Discovery Services (EDS)

The databases below focus specifically on computer science or different aspects associated with the field.

Access library resources from off-campus with your Student I.D. number. Your Student I.D. number is your library card number. 

If you are on campus, just click any database below for access. 

The following databases focus specifically on business and management or various aspects of the field. Try searching your specific subject or any of the suggest subject headings listed on the left.

If you are on campus, just click any database above for access.  from off-campus,  your Student I.D. number acts as  your library card for access

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Suggested Search Terms

The following are examples of search terms or subject headings you may find useful when searching the Library's catalog and online databases for resources related to computer science.

 

  • Calculating machines
  • Computer architecture
  • Computer capacity
  • Computer organization
  • Computer software
  • Computers and civilization
  • Conversion of computer systems
  • Electronic computers
  • End-user computing
  • Evaluation of computer performances
  • Failures of computer systems
  • Government policy
  • Hard disk management
  • Input design
  • Instruments and machines
  • Keyboarding
  • Multilingual computing
  • Question-answering systems
  • Self stabilization
  • Standards
  • System design
  • System migration
  • Technical support
  • Virtual computer systems

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