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Computer Science Subject Guide LRC@TCC

Scope: General theory and application of computers.

Call number areas to browse:
LB1028.5-1028.7 (Computer Assisted Instruction)
QA75.5-76.3 (Mathematics)
TK5105 (Computer Networks)
TK7885-7895 (Electrical Engineering)

Subjects to search (Library of Congress):
Computer industry
Computer science Computers
Computer networks
Computer software Computer assisted instruction
Computer security

Books in our catalog:
Gale Virtual Reference Library (r)
Safari Books Online
Careers in Computers (QA76.25.S67)
Encyclopedia of Computer Science(QA76.15.E48)
Macmillan Encyclopedia of Computers(QA76.15.M33)
Opportunities in Computer Aided Design (TA174.B67)
Opportunities in Computer Maintenance Careers (TK7887.K36)
Opportunities in Computer Systems Careers (QA76.25.K525)

Library Resources (r): 
Computers & Applied Science Complete

Communication & Mass Media Complete

ACM Digital Library Publications of the Association for Computing Machinery.

Cambridge Scientific Abstracts includes Computer and Information Systems Abstracts, Electronics and Communications Abstracts, and Internet & Personal Computer Abstracts.

Safari Books Online is a fully-searchable e-reference library that houses a vast collection of technical books from industry-leading publishers.

Internet Resources: 
All About the Internet from Internet Society

Computers and Internet from

InformIT delivers information, technology, reference, training, news, and opinion to IT professionals, students, and corporate users focusing on key topics within programming, databases, web publishing, networking, operating systems, and certification.

NCSTRL, Networked Computer Science Technical Reports Library is a collection of computer science technical reports from CS departments and industrial and government research laboratories and includes reports of UC Berkeley Computer Science Division.

PEW Internet & American Life Project The Imagining the Internet Predictions Database examines the potential future of the Internet while simultaneously providing a peek back into its history. Includes reports, data, latest trends, user demographics, etc.

W3C World Wide Web Consortium leads the World Wide Web to its full potential by developing common protocols that promote its evolution and ensure its interoperability