Research guide for computing students.

What is a Library Guide?

The Thomas G. Carpenter Library implemented a way to arrange and share library resources and services available to UNF faculty, staff, and students for research and study. This system is referred to as library guides or LibGuides. You can visit the What is a library guide (LibGuide) resource to understand best practices for using them as a personal resource or as a teaching tool. 

Library Liaison to CCEC

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Beryl White-Bing
University of North Florida
Thomas G Carpenter Library
Building 12/3401

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This library guide will introduce you to using library resources and tools to find materials about Computing. Use the blue tabs to navigate this guide. The "Start Here" tab will provide you with a brief overview of the Computing library guide. The "OneSearch" tab will teach you the basics for using the library's mega database. The "Computing Databases" tab will point you to a subject specific list of computer science databases. The "Citing Sources" tab will provide you with tips and resources for citing properly.  the "Computing Professional Resources" tab will list many of the organizations available for professional advancement in the computing professions. The "Get Help" tab will educate you on how to contact your UNF librarians. Finally, take a quick quiz by clicking on the "What did you learn?" tab test your knowledge gained from using this LibGuide.

Upon reviewing this Library Guide, you will be able to:

  • Use OneSearch to find and filter Computing resources for your research
  • Locate and use the Computing database list
  • Understand advanced research strategies to execute in your own research
  • Recognize ways to contact your UNF library support staff and librarians
  • Name a professional resource according to your interest.

Be sure to visit the Thomas G. Carpenter Library homepage to take advantage of UNF databases, resources, and tools available to students, faculty, and staff.