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This resource guide was designed to provide you with assistance in locating good sources of information as you do research on computer science related topics for your classes. To navigate this guide, click on the tabs above or the Table of Contents below. If you need help, please contact us!
Table of Contents
Includes suggested journals and databases.
Includes books at Stafford Library on computer science topics.
Includes e-book databases and selected e-books.
Includes reference information, articles, books and e-books about computer security.
Includes career information, organizations, and websites related to computer science.
Includes reference information, articles, books, and e-books.
Includes books and e-books about C++, computer graphics, JAVA, Web programming, programming tools, Python programming, and Visual Basic.
Includes streaming videos,
Provides information on proper citation in various styles and avoiding plagiarism.
Computer Science Research Starter
Computer science is the study of real and imagined computers, their hardware and software components, and their theoretical basis and application. Almost every aspect of modern life involves computers in some way.
Computer Science Mind Map
Use Credo Reference's brainstorming tool to find related terms and expand your search.
Includes articles and books.
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science at Columbia College
The computer degree programs are based on Computing Curricula 2013 prepared by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and the IEEE Computer Society. This degree has a significant mathematics component.
Computer Science Major at Columbia College
Computer Science is the science of solving problems using computers. With a significant mathematics component, you will learn to analyze problems, design solutions and then implement them by writing computer programs. You will also learn to understand the underlying hardware of a computer and will be well prepared for the workplace or for continued study in graduate school.
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