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Computer Information Systems Resource Guide: Internet Links

These resources will help students research computer hardware, software, programming and information systems.

Evaluating Websites

Each of the websites below provide an excellent process for helping students determine if a website is suitable for academic use.

CIS Websites

Go Beyond Wikipedia

Encyclopedias are a source you can use to get an overview of an unfamiliar subject.

General encyclopedias cover a wide range of knowledge at a very basic level. While they are quite useful for basic fact checking, they are very limited in their depth and usefulness for academic level research.

Subject encyclopedias, on the other hand, provide in-depth, scholarly coverage of a single subject area or discipline. The articles in subject encyclopedias are produced by scholars in the field and usually provide an in-depth bibliography.

 

Alternate Resources