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Computer Science & Software Engineering   Tags: artificial intelligence, computer science, information science, software engineering, technology  

Last Updated: Nov 1, 2013 URL: http://libguides.mtech.edu/computer_science Print Guide RSS Updates

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Want to know more about searching your favorite database?  Use these tutorials and guides to learn about advanced searching and features!  (May require plug-ins)

Montana Tech Library YouTube Channel - Tutorials on getting around the library home page, using Google Scholar, using library guides, and
research strategies in general.

Ebsco Databases - Search strategies for Ebsco databases such as Academic Search Complete, Cinahl and more

Emerald Database -  Research How To Guides including Research Management and Research Methods & Methodology

Gale Databases - How-to's for Gale databases such as Business & Company Resource Center, Opposing Viewpoints and more

Introduction to the Library - A print overview of the resources at Tech Library and how to use them

JSTOR - Search strategies for the JSTOR database

RefWorks Basics - How to get started exporting and managing citations in RefWorks

ScienceDirect - Get the most out of the resources available on this database

Wiley - Online Library Training and Tutorials includes self-paced tutorials, workshops and user guides

Databases & Journal Indexes

Databases which are useful for computer science and software engineering include:


    Note:  for applications, programming, or information technology in specific settings or industries, click on the subject in our Databases by Subject list and look for a general database.

    Many of our databases include the full text of the articles indexed. 

    If they don't, you'll usually see a link that says "Find the Article", "Search for Article", or "Link to Article".  These links search our eJournals tool to see if we have the article in our journal collection, and link you to the article. 

    If we don't have the article, the link directs you to our interlibrary loan service.

       

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