Computer Technology Resources

SELECTED RESOURCES FROM THE BFIT LIBRARY

LIBRARY DATABASES

Gale PowerSearch
Contains many full-text articles from computer-related publications including: Computer & Software News, Computer Business Week, Computer Dealer, Computer Life and many others.

EBSCO OmniFile Full-Text Select
Also contains many articles from technology publications, most in full text, including: Computer Weekly, Computerworld, Wireless Week, and others.

eBOOKS

Computer: A History of the Information Machine. Martin Campbell-Kelly and William Aspray.
In EBSCO eBook collection.

Networking: A Beginner’s Guide. Bruce A. Hallberg.
In EBSCO eBook collection

Software Engineering. Christien Faulkner.
In EBSCO eBook collection

COMPUTER WEBSITES


General

Computer History Museum
Website for the Computer History Museum. Provides information about the history of computing.

Free Online Dictionary of Computing
A free, comprehensive, dictionary of computing terms including operating systems, languages, tools, etc.

PCWorld
A great source for current news and trends in computing.

World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)
Responsible for developing web standards, the W3C website contains a wealth of internet information including discussion forums, code implementation information, information on open source software, code validation and tutorials.

Professional Organizations

Association of Information Technology Professionals
The leading worldwide society for IT professionals.

Internet Society
"Provides leadership in addressing issues that confront the future of the Internet, and is the organization home for the groups responsible for Internet infrastructure standards, including the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) and the Internet Architecture Board (IAB)." From the website.

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers -- Computer Society
An international professional society for electrical, electronic and computer engineers.

Employment & Job Boards

ComputerJobs.com
Job board specifically for those looking for computer and technology positions

Dice.com
An employment website that specializes in technical positions.

Indeed.com
A conglomerate of newspaper employment listings, employment websites, and professional organizations.

Monster.com
One of the largest job sites on the web, Monster lists almost every type of job, including many technical positions.