Useful resources for research in Computer Science
Begin your research with articles and electronic books from these databases.
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- ACM Digital Library (Association for Computing Machinery)
Selected full text for ACM journals, magazines, conference proceedings, and some co-sponsored publications
- IEEE Xplore Digital Library
(1950- ) Selected full text of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and the Institution of Engineering and Technology journals, and active IEEE standards.
- Ebrary (multidisciplinary)
Ebrary Academic Complete includes electronic books and maps of academic interest. Covers business, economics, computers, humanities, life & physical sciences, social & behavioral sciences, and technology.
"critical thinking" AND ("higher education" OR college*)
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- Library Catalog
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- Journals List UHCL
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- Databases A-Z
A complete list of the library's subscription research databases and selected free web databases. If off-campus, you'll be prompted to authenticate with your name and library barcode number.
- Research Guides by Subject
Find recommended databases, books, media, websites, and more, organized by subject (Accounting, Anthropology, Art, etc.) and created by UHCL librarians.
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cat or cats or feline* [finds cat, cats, feline, or felines]
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dogs and obedience training [finds both terms]
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toys not poodles [excludes records that include poodles]
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