These databases provide articles, like those published in magazines and journals, but may also contain full text reports, theses, and other documents.
To access electronic resources from an off-campus location, you will need to log in with your ACCeID and password.
Scenario: you find the citation of an article on the Web, but the full text is not available or you would have to pay a fee to get a copy of the article.
Before paying for an article on a publisher's website, consider these options:
View a short, interactive tutorial, "Finding Articles," for more information..
The resources listed in the box on the left are good tools to use to start your search for magazine and journal articles related to programming and other computer-related topics.
From About Slashdot: "In the beginning there was no Slashdot. Bored and confused geeks would scribble 'First Post' in the sand. ...and there wasn't a place to get nerd oriented news. Then in September of 97 Rob "CmdrTaco" Malda changed all that. With the help of Jeff "Hemos" Bates and others, Slashdot has stumbled forward with the simple mission to provide 'News for Nerds. Stuff that Matters'.
Today Slashdot is owned by Geeknet, Inc., but it is still run by many of the same people as it was 'Back in the Day'. Today we serve millions of pages to hundreds of thousands of readers. But the goal is still the same."
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