Tim Siftar, our Librarian for Information Science & Technology, School of Education, and Goodwin College, has compiled an extensive list of IT and Computer Science related electronic books from Books24X7 database.
Information Science Reference: The Premier Reference Source for Computer Science and Information Technology Research
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A full-text collection of peer-reviewed journals and books focused on specialized topics in advanced technology research as well as the organizational, managerial, behavioral, and social impli
Professional associations are good investments. Whether you are networking for a job, keeping skills up to date or just seeking the company of colleagues, your reward from participating will exceed your investment many times over. I have only included groups that I know to have an active chapter in the Philadelphia area, just as a way to illustrate the F2F aspect of association activity and provide ideas of associations that are likely to exist anywhere.
Gerry Stahl's INFO105 class recently heard about the different kinds of literature I find in the information technology / information systems field. Following ancient library wisdom "use the right tool for the job," students who distinguish between the following 6 types are in a better position to take advantage of the strengths of each, while avoiding some of the "round-peg-square-hole" pitfalls that might otherwise arise.
With Drexel's recent service upgrade, students can now directly access the Gartner Research Portal and browse interactive online versions of reports we previously had only as flat PDF's.
It's not everyday I pick up work-related ideas from science fiction. But HCI in particular has received lots of inspiration over the years from the Star Trek series with concepts such as the "tri-quarter" the "holodeck" and the sleek navigation consoles on their bridge. ...more...