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This page will give you an overview of some of the library resources best suited for your Comp 380 projects.  Start with the Background Sources links when determining your topic or looking for statistical information.  The Relevant Databases section will get you to news and scholarly journal articles.

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Relevant Databases

  • Academic Search Complete
    Covers newspapers, magazines and scholarly literature across many disciplines. A great place to start your interdisciplinary research.
  • ACM Digital Library
    Consists of subscriptions to all ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) journals, magazines, and conference proceedings, from 1985 to the present.
  • BCC Research Reports
    Provides global market research reports covering market intelligence, five-year forecasting, statistical and analytical data, key players, market share, industry structure and dynamics, and technology trends and shifts.
  • Business Source Complete
    Provides access to business periodicals, as well as company and industry reports.
  • Communication & Mass Media Complete
    Provides access to journal articles in the field of communications and journalism.
  • Education Full Text
    Covers all aspects of the field of education, incuding selected books and annuals.
  • Health source: Nursing/Academic Edition
    Covers health-related and medical topics.
  • Lexis/Nexis Academic
    A comprehensive source for local, national, and international newspapers.
  • Library and Information Science Abstracts
    Covers aspects of librarianship and information technology including social media, internet technology, artificial intelligence, records management and more.
  • PsycInfo
    The most comprehensive international database of psychology.

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