Here are some examples search strategies for computer science:
Use the limiters to select the subjects you wish to search. Ask a librarian for assistance.
Library of Congress subject headings may be used for more precise results:
Materials in our libraries are shelved according to the Library of Congress Classification system. Computer science-related materials can be found in all campus libraries. You can browse the library catalog and the library stacks (shelves) in these computer science call number ranges:
|QA75.5-76.95||Electronic computers, Computer science, Computer Software|
|TK7885-7895||Computer engineering & Computing hardware|
You may find some computer software titles in the call number areas of the subjects for which they are used, for instance, Z (keyboarding, wordprocessing, publishing) or HF (business).
If you are not finding material you need, ask a librarian for assistance. You can also search libraries worldwide through WorldCat. Ask your librarian about interlibrary loan if you find a title you need at another library.
With your ACCeID, you can get a TexShare card to borrow books from participating local libraries.
You may also want to take a look at some of the eBook collections. You'll find links to some of these on the E-Books (Online Books) page.
To use eBooks in the library collection, you will need to submit your ACCeID and password for access if you are not on campus.