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Computer Science Subject Guide — Essential Resources


Welcome to the Computer Science Subject Guide at UConn! The purpose of this guide is to serve as a starting off point to help you in your computer science research at UConn, whether you are an undergraduate student, a graduate student, or a faculty member. Explore this guide to find more information on how to find the best books, journal articles, and reference guides to help you with your computer science research at UConn.

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We now have full access to Lecture Notes in Computer Science from 2016-2019 through a new program.  If you are browsing in the library's catalog

for LNCS materials in this time range, add "uconnspringereba" to your search.

For example:

uconnspringereba AND Lecture Notes in Computer Science AND machine learning

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We also have the backfiles of LNCS from 1997 to 2016 through Springerlink.  

If you are searching for an article from a year we do not own you can order a copy via interlibrary loan: myILLIAD.  You should receive a PDF of the article in 24-72 hours by e-mail.

Once you have logged in to My ILLiad, click on create a new request for either Article/Paper PDF or Book Chaper PDF.  Fill in all of the form fields with a red asterix.


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Research Help

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Research Help

Library Instruction Classes:

Classes can be scheduled to meet topic-specific needs of students and faculty. If you would like a session in your class or in one of the libraries' computer classrooms, contact me to discuss how best customize the session for your students.


UConn Libraries also holds workshops on a variety of topics. Check the website periodically to see if there is a session that may interest you.