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Computer Science Guide

This guide is intended to help you find information and materials related to this field.

How to Use this Page

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Academic databases offer a simple user interface to search academic journal articles, magazines, trade publications, conferences, data, standards, and other materials that could be useful for your research. While many disciplines disseminate scholarly communication through journal articles, the most common forms of communication for Computer Scientists are Conference Proceedings and Presentations. Using the databases listed below will help make your search efforts more efficient. 

You can also search the library catalog using our OneSearch interface, though technical information and conference proceedings to not always appear properly.

For Scientific & Technical Content (Best Bet)

More Relevant Databases (scientific, but less technical)