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Computer Science Research   Tags: computer, information technology, programming, technology, web development  

Best resources for computer and information science research.
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Core Resources

Try these resources to start, or click the tabs above for more specific searches.

  • Faulkner Advisory for IT Studies
    Comprehensive, web-based library covering critical issues, emerging trends, products and services driving the IT industry. Also includes a wide range of tutorials on best practices and standards, programming techniques, and more.
  • Science Reference Center
    Research database. Coverage includes computer and technology sciences.

Useful Websites

  • CoRR - Computing Research Repository
    Allows researchers to search, browse and download papers from the online repository of arXiv.org (a part of Cornell University).
  • CiteSeerX
    A scientific literature digital library and search engine that focuses primarily on the literature in computer and information science.
  • Association for Computing Machinery
    International scientific and educational organization dedicated to advancing the arts, sciences, and applications of information technology.
  • Interaction-Design.org
    Free website featuring educational materials in the areas of human-centered aspects of technology: interaction design, information architecture, usability, user experience, human-computer interaction, social media and much more.
  • World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)
    An international community where members work together to develop Web standards. Includes developer resources, discussion forums, and other useful resources.

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