Computer Science

Guideposts to Computer Engineering & Computer Science

Finding Books and Nonprint Media

To locate books and nonprint media from the DeVry University Library collections, search the Voyager catalog at for resources on topics such as-artificial intelligence, C, C++, computer architecture, computer graphics, computer networks, HTML, Internet, Java, Javascript, Linux, operating systems, programming languages, software engineering, Windows, World Wide Web and XML.


Finding Articles Using DeVry's Online Databases

Visit the library's databases page for access to online databases with full-text articles from applied science and technology journals, news, trends and whitepapers.

Faulkner's FACCTS
Locate current trends and whitepapers on various aspects of the computer industry, including


Internet Sites

Collection of Computer Science Bibliographies: Lists about 1,2000 bibliographies with more than 940,000 references to journal articles, conference papers and technical reports. The site provides 2,000 linits to other cites carrying bibliographic information.

EEVL: Edinburgh Engineering Virtual Library "The UK gateway to quality engineering information on the Internet."

First Gov for Science: A gateway to authoritative selected science information provided by the U.S. government agencies and research and development agencies.

Free Online Dictionary of Computing: FOLDOC is a searchable dictionary of acronyms, jargon, programming languages, tools, architecture, operating systems, networking, theory, conventions, standards, mathematics, telecoms, electronics, institutions, companies, projects, products, history, in fact anything to do with computing.

WWW Virtual Library: Computing

WWW Virtual Library: Electrical and Electronics Engineering


Scholarly and Professional Societies

American Association for Artificial Intelligence

American Society for Information Science and Technology

Association for Computing Machinery (ACM): This is the most prominent academic and professional computer science society in the United States.

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE): This is the major American organization for electrical engineering. Its wide range of topics includes computer engineering and computer science.

Scholarly Societies Project: University of Waterloo Electronic Library


Job Opportunities

Engineering and Manufacturing Jobs Page

Engineering Central

Engineering Job Source Home Page

Job Search for Engineers: InterEC.NET is a website setup for engineers to carry out their job search on the internet. Through this web site job seekers can post there resume on the web and search through job listings. Employers can post jobs listings and browse through resumes of potential candidates. This web site also features Salary Surveys, Company Directories, and other resources that may be useful for your job search on the internet.


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