Computing & Technology Databases
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Magazine and Journal articles:
Gale Computer Database
Computer Database is a one-stop reference resource for up-to-date information on the world of technology. Instantly access hundreds of today's most well-read and influential periodicals in a single search. Featuring coverage from 1980 to the present, Computer Database is the perfect source for research on trends and innovations in the ever-changing world of technology.
A resource in the EBSCO suite of databases, provides online access to a huge range of newspapers, magazines and journals on a wide range of subjects - including computing and electronics. The access provided depends on the magazine or journal concerned, and may either be the entire full text of articles, individual article abstracts (helpful for locating references to useful articles and then accessing traditional print copies if the library holds them), or brief citations.
Some full text computing/electronics titles available through MasterFILE complete include:
Australia / New Zealand Reference Centre
Australia/NZ Reference Centre is another database in the EBSCO suite. It combines Australia and New Zealand specific magazines, newspapers, reference books, and company information to create the largest collection of regional full text content available online. Start Here.
Some full text computing/electronics titles include:
- ComputerWorld (Australian)
Zinio provides access to a range of magazines which can be read on computers or mobile devices, with magazines such as AppleMagazine, net and Linux Format. Check out the Computers & Technology titles.
Programming & Web Development Tutorials
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Dictionaries and Encyclopedias
Oxford Reference Online: Computing
Oxford Reference Online provides access to over 100 dictionary, language reference, and subject reference works published by Oxford University Press. Start Here.