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Popular Computing Resources

  • ACM Digital Library
    Association for Computing Machinery journals, magazines, transactions and conference proceedings.
  • Australian Standards (SAI Global)
    Current Australian standards, joint ISO/AU and NZ/AU standards, current Draft Australian standards and amendments. Abstracts of international standards.
  • IEEE Xplore
    Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers transactions, journals, magazines, conference proceedings and standards.
  • Inspec (Web of Science)
    Citations and abstracts to scientific and technical literature in electrical engineering, electronics, communications, control engineering, computers, computing and IT.
  • ScienceDirect
    Full-text access to Elsevier journals, books and reference works. Subject coverage includes engineering, science and medicine.
  • Scopus
    Citations and abstracts of over 20,000 peer-reviewed journals in the scientific, technical, medical and social science fields.
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New Computing Resources

  • ProQuest SciTech
    Full text articles on natural sciences, engineering and technology. Includes materials science, aerospace engineering, computer science, environmental science and more.
  • Synthesis Digital Library of Engineering and Computer Science
    The Synthesis digital library is a searchable database for the research, development, and educational community in engineering and computer science. It contains 50- to 100-page self-contained electronic documents (lectures), which are organized into a hierarchical structure of disciplines and series. Each is authored by a prominent contributor to the field. New series and lectures are added continuously and existing lectures are revised as needed.

Current Trials

The Library regularly trials electronic resources and databases throughout the year. Please visit our Current Database Trials webpage to access the latest trials faculty have requested.

 

      
     

    Research Librarians - Faculty of Science & Engineering

    Jo Hardy (jo.hardy@mq.edu.au), Fiona Jones (fiona.jones@mq.edu.au), Carmi Cronje (carmi.cronje@mq.edu.au)

    We are your Research Librarians for the Faculty of Science & Engineering.

    Please email us with your query. If you include all of us in the one email the first available librarian will get back to you.

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