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Key Resources in the area of Computer Science

The "Library Tools and Resources" band offers the full complement of options. This guide provides researchers with important tools in the area of Computer Science.

For interdisciplinary research also consider using related tools on other subject-based Research Guides

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  • Science books information

  • ComputerScienceOnline.org - an in-depth website for potential and current students considering a career with computers, software engineering, and more.
  • Computer Science Open Education Resources (OER) - a comprehensive collection of links to Computer Science learning and teaching materials made available by institutions, consortia, and individuals under Creative Commons licenses -- includes teaching resources, Meetings information, and other community tools.
  • Crash Course Computer Science is a YouTube channel designed to introduce the general public to the history of computers, the major concepts behind computing, and the role of computers in our contemporary society.
  • The Handheld History collection features 74 handheld video games created between 1978 and 1999, that have been adapted to allow users to play them with a computer keyboard.
  • Digitally Endangered Species - digital materials the community thinks are most at risk, as well as those which are relatively safe thanks to digital preservation.
  • England's National Museum of Computing highlights monumental moments in computing history.

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