A scholarly, multi-disciplinary full-text database with more than 5,300 full-text periodicals, including 4,400 peer-reviewed journals, and indexing and abstracting for more than 9,300 journals.
Fulltext, bibliographic information, abstracts, and reviews for articles published in ACM periodicals & magazines, ACM proceedings & ACM SIG conference proceedings.
Indexing and some abstracts for over 16,000 journals in all subject areas from 1990 - Present.
Full text for more than 8,800 serials back to 1965 (or the first issue published for that journal) and searchable cited references back as far as 1998 in all disciplines of business, including marketing, management, MIS, POM, accounting, finance and economics. Additional full text, non-journal content includes financial data, case studies, investment research reports, industry reports, market research reports, country reports, company profiles, SWOT analyses, etc.
Discover dissertations and theses from around the world. Citations available 1861-, abstracts 1980-, Caltech dissertations full text 1997-.
Contains the complete back issues of over 600 core scholarly journals in the arts, humanities, the social sciences, as well as the natural and applied sciences.
Full text of journal articles back to 1995 from over 100 journals published by Elsevier in business, humanities, and the sciences.
Full text of journal articles back to 1999 from over 800 journals in business, humanities, social sciences, theoretical and applied sciences, technology and medicine. Not all content in this database is available full text.
Full text of journal articles back to 1997 from journals in business, science, technology, and law, education, psychology and medicine.
Site-licensed access to Mathematical Reviews.and Current Mathematical Publications
Indexes freely available literature using Autonomous Citation Indexing to create a citation index. ResearchIndex analyzes the computer science literature providing access to technical reports, conference papers, journal articles, books and book chapters.
A collection of bibliographies of scientific literature in computer science with references mostly to journal articles, conference papers and technical reports.
LANL e-print archive of computing research.
Online access to the database of the National Library of Medicine.
Computer-Books.us provides access to programming books. It is arranged by programming language, and includes books on Assembly Language, BASIC, C, C++, C#, Fortran, Java, Lisp, Perl, PHP, and other languages. The books are available for download.
This resource is for locating free online programming books. It is arranged in blog format; that is, chronological order. However, there is also a category (subject) guide.
EbookOffline provides access to free online books, tutorials, computing tools, and articles as well as other computing resources. It is arranged by the broad subjects of programming, Web development, and database management, and sub-divided by subjects like C#, Java, MS-DOS, PHP, Ajax, XML, MySQL, Oracle, and DB2. EbookOffline can be browsed by these subjects, or the entire Website can be searched.
ECCC provides links to research reports, surveys, lecture notes, databases, & conferences dealing with computational complexity
This Web site provides access to free online books and technical tutorials. Cisco, Windows, Linux, HTML, XML, programming, Oracle, software engineering, and other topics are included.
Organized in 33 subject categories like .Net, Java, Linux, UML, and XML, this site provides access to a large collection of free online programming and technology books, mostly in PDF format.
This resource provides access to numerous online computing books in the following categories: computer science, programming languages, Java, Unix/Linux, Web technology, database systems, networking, Microsoft technology, and special topics.
This site provides links to free online computer books and documentation. There are over 100 books covering programming languages, scripting languages, operating systems, and other computer science topics like data structures, algorithms, object-oriented programming, logic programming, compiler design, and software development.
Access the full text of the 4th printing.
Developed and published by IBM's International Technical Support Organization, Redbooks provide guidance, installation and implementation experiences, solution scenarios, and "how-to" guidelines. Sample code and other support materials are often included. The Redbooks are listed by publication date and are also accessible by keyword search.
ITpapers contains more than 23,000 freely available white papers and other documents related to information technology. The papers are organized into categories and subcategories. Summaries are readily available, but registration is required to access the papers.
A collection of freely available reports from the National Academy Press.
a metasite containing freely available software, conference proceedings, & databases of interest to the numerical & scientific computing communities
Access the full text of computer science and mathematics books. There are also books in the Q 300s on artificial intelligence, TK 5100s on computer networks, and TK 7800s on computer hardware and engineering.
The O'Reilly Open Books Project has been developed by O'Reilly publishers. It contains freely available computing books that are either still in print or out of print.
Programming Language Theory Texts Online provides links to books, lecture notes, tutorials, and other resources on programming language theory that are freely available. The resources are alphabetically arranged by author in broad categories.
Developed in 2004 by the IEEE Computer Society, SWEBOK is the Guide to the Software Engineering Body of Knowledge. "It describes generally accepted knowledge about software engineering," and is divided into 10 knowledge areas: requirements, design, construction, testing, maintenance, configuration management, engineering management, engineering process, engineering tools and methods, and quality. There is also a chapter on related disciplines, and several appendices.
USENIX provides access to the best papers presented at its conferences and workshops since 1990.
The conference proceedings of USENIX, the Advanced Computing Systems Association are open access. All conference proceedings beginning with 1993 are freely available, however, there appears to be slight delay for some of the conferences.
Wikibooks is a collection of open content textbooks. Open content means that these textbooks are freely available online. A textbook is defined by Wikibooks as "a manual of instruction or a standard book in any branch of study. They are produced according to the demand of educational institutions." The Computer Science Bookself contains books on general topics, theory, networking, programming, computational intelligence, human computer interaction, software design, embedded systems, and others.