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General materials on computers and information technology may be found in the following call number areas: Q (Computer Software), QA (Computers) TK (Computer hardware & maintenance). Subjects to Search include computers, computer programming, operating systems and information technology.


Reference Works

Collins Dictionary of Computing Electronic Book
Computer Graphics Companion Electronic Book
Dictionary of Communications Technology Electronic Book
Dictionary of Multimedia and Internet Applications:
A Guide for Developers and Users
Electronic Book
Dictionary of Computing Electronic Book
Encyclopedia of Computer Science Electronic Book
High Definition: A-Z Guide to Personal Technology Electronic Book
Computer Resources for People with Disabilities Ref HV1569.5.C675
McGraw Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology Ref Q121.M3 1997
Webster’s New World Dictionary of Computer Terms Ref QA 76.15.P395
The Computer Glossary: the Complete Illustrated Dictionary Ref QA 76.15.F733



You may access the following databases from any computer workstation on campus. For off-campus access, please follow the instructions found on the librarys homepage under “Off-Campus Access Instructionsor click here for an online tutorial.

Association of Computing Machinery Digital Library is a vast collection of citations and full-text articles from ACM journals, newsletters, and conference proceedings.

Computer & Information Technology Abstracts provides citations and abstracts to thousands of international resources in the field of computing and information systems.

Computers & Applied Sciences Complete covers the research and development spectrum of the computing and applied sciences disciplines.

Electronics & Communications Abstracts presents a comprehensive guide to the ongoing work in the field of electronics and communications. presents a comprehensive guide to the ongoing work in the field of electronics and communications.

Academic Search Complete is a valuable and comprehensive scholarly, multi-disciplinary full-text database.

MasterFILE is composed of full text journal and magazine articles, reference books, biographies, primary source documents, and an Image Collection.


netLibrary is a virtual library which contains over 25,000 full-text electronic books. These full-text e-books may be viewed and searched online and sections may be printed for your research needs. In order to access this virtual library, you must first create an account from on-campus.

Computer Almanac is an interesting and helpful compilation of facts and statistics about computers and the computer industry.

Computer History Museum is touted as the world’s largest and most important history museum presenting the computing revolution and its impact. This site contains thousands of documents and images.

Computer Hope.com offers free technical support, computer product information, a free online forum, computer buying tips, computer dictionary, weekly newsletter and much more.

Computerworld provides the latest information on the personal computer and professional computer market.

International Data Corporation, a market research firm specializing in information technology, presents data and statistics on the computer industry.

Protocols.com provides comprehensive listing of data communications protocols, functions, structure, and various errors and parameters.

Science.gov (Computers & Communication) provides authoritative information from U.S. Government agencies, including research and development results .

Search Engine Watch provides rankings of the best search engines, statistics and a wealth of other information all related to searching the Internet.

Securelist.com presents information on computer viruses, hackers, spam. This site also provides a handy checklist of symptoms of infection and what to do.

Webopedia: Online Computer Dictionary is an online encyclopedia dedicated to computer and Internet technology.


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