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Computer Science & IT: Get Started

Your Librarian

Christine Elliott's picture
Christine Elliott
Contact:
Archives Office (main floor)
Beeghly Library
Juniata
814-641-3479

How to use this guide

Welcome to the Computer Science and Information Technology Research Guide!

Writing a paper for your lower or upper level CS or IT class? Not quite sure which databases have the best relevant articles? Just want to learn more about your interests in I.T. and Computer Science?

This is the guide for you!

For any specific needs, please contact your Librarian, Christine Elliott with any questions or requests for additional resources.

In this guide you will find . . .

Find Articles and Journals

  • Useful Computer Science and Information Technology databases in one place
  • Easy access to Interlibrary Loan to request articles from other libraries!

Find Books and Ebooks

  • Embedded search box to immediately search the library for useful books
  • eBook databases
  • How to find physical books in the library

Evaluate Sources

  • Tips on finding relevant sources
  • Understanding the difference between academic journals and popular magazines
  • Understanding primary/secondary/tertiary sources

Computer Science OERs

  • Links to a multitude of databases with freely accessible academic resources, primary resources, and more!