Last Updated: Dec 5, 2013
If you're writing a research paper about a topic related to computer science, consult this guide for suggestions on where to look for sources, how to evaluate scholarly vs. popular, and how to cite sources.
- Home - New researcher? Start here.
- Books - How to find books in Middlebury Libraries and beyond.
- Articles - Suggestions on where to search for peer-reviewed, scholarly journal articles
- Reference sources - Resources for general information, including encyclopedias, guides, and biographies.
- Multimedia - Video and web-based resources.
- Cite it! - Resources for citing and referencing.
- More - More research help.
Department of Computer Science at Middlebury College http://www.middlebury.edu/academics/cs
Middlebury College Libraries http://www.middlebury.edu/academics/lib
These are widely-used research databases in computer science:
Scopus is an abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature and quality web sources with tools to track, analyze and visualize research. Its content falls most heavily in the physical and life sciences, but it also covers social sciences and humanities literature.
- IEEE Computer Science Digital Library
The IEEE Computer Society Digital Library (CSDL) provides online access to 27 society magazines and transactions and more than 4,100 conference publications.
- ACM Digital Library
Full text of every article ever published by ACM. This is a subscription resource; for off-campus access, enter your Middlebury username and password when prompted.
- Safari Technical Books (Current File)
Safari is the premier electronic reference library for programmers and IT professionals.From XML, iPhones, Kindles, .Net, and most programming languages and software packages under the sun, you'll find your answer in Safari. go/safari