Answered By: Anne Sherwin
Last Updated: Jun 02, 2017     Views: 113

The following databases are recommended as starting points for your research:

  • Science Direct - A leading full-text scientific database offering articles from more than 2,500 peer-reviewed journals and chapters from more than 11,000 books. Coverage is from at least 1995 onwards, although many publications are much earlier.
  • ACM Digital Library - Full-text articles published in ACM journals, magazines and conference proceedings, together with works published by affiliated organisations. Coverage is usually from volume 1 onwards.
  • IEEE Xplore - The full text of IEEE content published since 1988, with select content published since 1893 from the IEEE and related associations.
  • SpringerLink - Access to a wealth of online journals and e-books from Springer covering all aspects  of science and engineering.

For more extensive research you might also like to try the following. These databases do not contain full-text articles, but they do provide links to it where it is available.

  • Scopus
  • Web of Science

All these databases may be accessed through the Library's Resources page. Select Computer Science from the subject menu.

For more information please see How can I find a subject database?