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Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship Summer 1997

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Science and Technology Sources
on the Internet

Guide to Computer Science Internet Resources

Michael Knee
University Library
University at Albany, SUNY
knee@cnsvax.albany.edu


[Academic Departments & Institutes] [Algorithms] [Associations] [Bibliographies/Technical Reports] [Dictionaries] [Electronic Resources] [Facts & Figures] [Programming Languages, Courses, & Tutorials] [Starting Points]

This guide contains links to significant computer science resources on the Internet. It is based on the {computer science} resource listing available as a subject guide on the University at Albany, University Libraries home page. There are, however, four differences:

The guide is divided into nine subject categories which are self-explanatory with the exception of Starting Points. Starting Points are internet subject guides that cover sub-disciplines of computer science like artificial intelligence, programming languages, and concurrency. Their purpose is to provide an organized, subject approach to internet resources for that sub-discipline.

Several strategies were used to collect the sites for this guide. The following subjects guides were perused and were most helpful:

{InterNIC Academic Guide to the Internet - Computer & Info Sciences}
{The WWW Virtual Library - Computing}
{Yahoo! - Science: Computer Science}
{University of Waterloo Electronic Library - Computer Science}

Furthermore, the Ultraseek search engine was used with the following search strategy:

+title:"computer science" +resources.
In addition, other keywords like artificial intelligence, programming languages, and software engineering were substituted for "computer science" in this strategy. Finally, listservs, such as SLA-PAM, were monitored for relevant resources.



Starting Points



Academic Departments & Institutes



Algorithms



Associations



Bibliographies/Technical Reports



Dictionaries



Electronic Resources



Facts & Figures



Programming Languages, Courses, & Tutorials



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