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Increasingly many of our licensed library resources are available via mobile devices - this link will tell you what is available and on what platform.
When using Online or Internet Resources, consider Search Engines vs. metasites - evaluate resource - consider domain - .edu, .com, .gov, .org, etc.
Thinking Critically about World Wide Web Resources - or Evaluation Techniques for Internet Resources
The Department focuses on foundations in computer science that include algorithms, data structures, artificial intelligence, machine learning, database systems, networked systems, programming languages, digital logic, operating systems, compilers, and computer architecture. Related to the library resources to support this program is the Subject Page for Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) in the Samueli School of Engineering.
All new affiliates of ICS should consider the following:
Beginning FY 2020 (October 2019), federal funders now require ORCID iD registration for all new fellowship, research training, education, and career development proposals.
(See https://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-files/NOT-OD-19-109.html for the original notice.) ORCID is an open, non-profit, community-based effort to provide a registry of unique digital researcher identifiers. These unique identifiers help identify articles written by the same author using various forms of his, her, or their names. This registry also provides a way to link research activities, such as publication and data set creation, to these identifiers. Beyond the federal funding requirements, you’ll be doing the research community a favor by participating – the more the ORCID buy-in, the further along we all get toward the goal of seamless, comprehensive and accurate compilation of individual authors’ works.