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Subject Guide: Computer Science

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Books in Print | Periodicals | Encyclopedias, Dictionaries, etc. | Subscription Databases | E-Journals | E-Books | Professional Associations | Other Online Resources

Books in Print: LC Call Numbers in Stacks

Range Subject
Q335 Cybernetics / Artificial intelligence
QA39.2 Theoretical foundations
QA76.5 Computer science

Periodicals: Dewey Decimal Call Numbers

Location Title
Browsing shelf Wired: Current year Wired Online

Encyclopedias, Dictionaries, etc.

Encyclopedia Britannica Online

Credo Online Reference Service

Subscription Databases

Complete list of subscription databases

Academic Search Complete

Computer Science Index

Computer Source


JSTOR Arts and Sciences I, II, and III Interdisciplinary Collections


Complete list of subscription e-journals

Other suggested e-journals and e-journal collections:

Electronic Full Text Journals (Search "Computer Science")

Directory of Open Access Journals

EBSCO Open Access Computer Science Collection Explore 650 full text journals related to computer science.]

EBSCO Open Access Technology Collection Explore over 600 full text journals related to technology.


Complete list of subscription e-books

Other suggested e-books and e-book collections:

Directory of Open Access Books (DOAB)

Hathi Trust Digital Library

National Academy Press

Principles of Computer System Design (Ch. 7-11) (MIT OpenCourseWare)

Professional Associations


Other Suggested Online Computer Science Resources

Argus Center for Information Architecture

Collection of Computer Science Bibliographies

Computer History Museum: Online Exhibits

Computer Science Degree and Career Information

DOE Information Bridge

Ethics in Computing

HTML Goodies

Internet Brothers

Website Builders

National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA)

Silicon Valley History