Resource Guide for Computer Science

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Includes journal and newsletter articles and conference proceedings published by the Association for Computing Machinery and affiliated organizations. Full text available.

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An EBSCO databases, Computer Source provides the latest information and current trends in high technology.

Full text of IEEE/IEE journals, proceedings and standards.

Provides access to millions of scientific documents from journals, books, series, protocols, reference works and proceedings.

Multidisciplinary index covering topics in the sciences, social sciences and humanities. It is the electronic equivalent of the Arts & Humanities Citation IndexSocial Sciences Citation Index, and Science Citation Index. Some full text available.

Covers a wide range of HCI related topics, such as concepts, design, usability, evaluation, innovations, and applications of HCI in organizations around the globe. Includes contributions from over 120 experts and advisors from around the world, as well as over 830 key terms and definitions, and more than 2,600 references.

Covers a complete range of topics that define the contemporary state of knowledge and its organizational, managerial, behavioral, and social implications.

Includes over 450 A to Z articles addressing the latest advances and findings in computer science and engineering, in addition to important topics of interest to computer scientists and engineers, including standards, electronic commerce, financial engineering, and computer education.

The ACSIS is an online journal-style series reporting theoretical and applied research results in computer science and information systems. The series publishes contributions in a broad area that crosses the boundaries between science (including social science), engineering and management. It accepts publications resulting from the commercial market, as long as the discussed industrial problems stimulate the related sciences and can impact the engineering profession.

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