Library Services has added two new databases to its collection of resources. The new databases are EBSCO's Computers and Applied Sciences Complete and the Points of View Reference Center.
COMPUTERS AND APPLIED SCIENCES COMPLETE
This database provides the latest information on research and development in computer sciences and related disciplines. It will not only provide insight into the latest technologies, but also the business and social implications of those technologies.
It has nearly 2,200 periodicals are indexed and full-text is provided for more than 1,000 titles. Coverage for each title will vary, but some full-text and indexing is as early as 1970. Click here to view the database's holdings.
In addition to being listed under the Complete Database List page, Computers and Applied Sciences Complete can be found alphabetically under the Sciences and Trades & Technology headings on our Databases page.
POINTS OF VIEW REFERENCE CENTER
This database provides a wide variety of essays on controversial subject matter that affects all aspects of society. The essays present both the pro and con aspects of the debate and are designed to provoke further discussion, thought, and study of the subject matter.
The Points of View Reference Center is listed under the Complete Database List page, but can also be found under the General/Multidisciplinary heading on our Databases page.
Each database is accessible by staff and students from on-campus or at home. You can view our complete database collection by clicking here.
If you have any questions, please contact the library's Information Desk via email, instant messenger, text message (403.866.5872), telephone (403.504.3544), or in person.