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The Library of Congress classification section for computers and technology is QA. Also note:
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Computer Database (Gale)
Provides access to leading business and technical publications in the computer, telecommunications, and electronics industries, and includes computer-related product introductions, news and reviews in areas such as hardware, software, electronics, engineering, communications, and the application of technology.
General Science Collection
Offers full-text coverage for more than 60 of the most popular science publications, 1992 - present.
LISTA (Library, Information Science and Technology Abstracts)
Indexes 600+ journals, plus books, research reports, and proceedings on librarianship, online information retrieval, information management, and other information technology topics.
Database of reviews, abstracts, and bibliographic information for the mathematical sciences literature. Continues the print publication, Mathematical Reviews.Tutorials on using MathSciNet are available here.
An excellent resource for computing topic, including software, hardware, e-commerce, web site development, intranets and extranets, systems design, databases, and technology management.
Science Direct is a scientific database that offers journal articles and book chapters for more than 2500 peer reviewed journals and more than 11,000 books. It offers leading research in physical, life, health, and social sciences. In addition, topics on engineering and the humanities are also included. Instructions on searching are available here, as is a tutorial on how to search Science Direct. Full-test articles can be requested at no cost to students and faculty via a pay-per-view service provided by the Library.
Wiley Pay-Per-View Article Search
An agreement with the vendor allows students and faculty to search for full-text articles and a prepaid account provides access.
Wilson OmniFile FullText Select (Ebsco)
Full-text articles in business, science, technology, education, health, art, broadcasting, and engineering. Information on searching this database can be found here.
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