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Computer Science: Getting Started



ACM DL (Association for Computing Machinery - Digital Library) is an International scientific and educational organization dedicated to advancing the arts, sciences, and applications of information technology.

The ACM DL app for Android, iOS and Windows is now available (and free).

As an ACM DL user at UCC University College Cork:

  1. Sign-in or Sign-up to the ACM DL with your ACM Web Account now.
  2. Install the ACM DL app onto your device, (see below).
  3. Sign in to the ACM DL app with your ACM Web Account.

DONE—You now have access to the ACM DL on your mobile device.

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Getting Started

This introductory guide provides information on key sources in Computer Science including: 

  • where to locate books, ebooks and journals
  • Journals relevant to Computer Science in the Journals portal
  • key databases to search for material
  • other useful websites listed for your subject area
  • avoiding plagiarism and citing properly
  • Responsible use of Electronic Resources
  • Study and Research Help here

Searcher: search Multiple Databases at the same time!

Searcher is a clever way of searching multiple databases including the library catalogue.The results are de-duplicated and ranked. It’s a good place to start if you are not sure where to find the information you need. I have created a search engine for Computer science. Enter your keyword in the box below and search!

UCC Article Finder : Computer Science

Search the Catalogue

Search Google Scholar

Computer Science

Anita Wilcox
Liaison Librarian: Science, Engineering & Food Science
Boole Library, University College Cork, Ireland.
+353 (21) 490-2177
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