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Locating Technical Reports
Technical Report Archive and Image Library A collaborative project to digitize, archive, and provide persistent and unrestricted access to federal technical reports issued prior to 1975.
The National Technical Information Service serves as the largest central resource for government-funded scientific, technical, engineering, and business related information available today.
The Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC®) serves the DoD community as the largest central resource for DoD and government-funded scientific, technical, engineering, and business related information available today .
Science.gov searches over 40 databases and 1,950 selected websites, offering 200 million pages of authoritative U.S. government science information, including research and development results.
WorldWideScience.org is a global science gateway—accelerating scientific discovery and progress through a multilateral partnership to enable federated searching of national and international scientific databases and portals.
CiteSeerX beta Scientific Literature Digital Library
Content/Info: is a scientific literature digital library and search engine that focuses primarily on the literature in computer and information science. CiteSeerX aims to improve the dissemination of scientific literature and to provide improvements in functionality, usability, availability, cost, comprehensiveness, efficiency, and timeliness in the access of scientific and scholarly knowledge.
One of the most innovative educational sites in the computer science field, Codecademy offers two tiers of support for students interested in learning to code on a professional level. Self-directed study and basic coursework is available for free through the website. Students who want more active guidance, a customized learning plan and help from professional academic advisors can upgrade to Codecademy Pro for a monthly fee. For newcomers to coding, however, the free coursework available through the basic Codecademy site can deliver a solid grounding in computing basics with minimal expense, allowing students to explore this field without making a major investment in time and money.
Computing Research Repository
Content/Info: sponsored by ACM, the arXiv.org e-Print archive, NCSTRL (Networked Computer Science Technical Reference Library), and AAAI. CoRR allows researchers to search, browse and download papers through its online repository. CoRR is available to all members of of the community at no charge.
IEEE Computer Society
Content/Info: IEEE Computer Society is the world’s leading organization of computing professionals. Founded in 1946, and the largest of the 38 societies of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the CS is dedicated to advancing the theory and application of computer and information-processing technology.
Khan Academy Computer Programming
Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom. We tackle math, science, computer programming, history, art history, economics, and more
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology provides free online access to teaching materials for nearly all of its courses, allowing students and teachers to enjoy unrestricted access to these resources. General categories represented on the MIT OpenCourseWare website include mechanical engineering, mathematics, electrical engineering and computer science, economics, management and liberal arts. These resources can provide real support for students across a wide range of disciplines. Because MIT is primarily known for its science, technology and engineering courses, however, these online course materials can be especially important for students pursuing careers as computer scientists and software engineers.
Content/Info: nanoHUB.org was created by the NSF-funded Network for Computational Nanotechnology (NCN). NCN is a network of universities with a vision to pioneer the development of nanotechnology from science to manufacturing through innovative theory, exploratory simulation, and novel cyberinfrastructure.
Stanford Engineering Everywhere (SEE)
Stanford Engineering Everywhere is a free resource designed to provide students across the U.S. with access to some of the courses and tools used by Stanford undergraduates to master the basics of computing, artificial intelligence and electrical engineering. These materials are also available to educators for use in classroom settings and are covered under a Creative Commons license that ensures they are freely accessible to anyone with a computer and an Internet connection. Available courses include programming methodology, abstractions and paradigms, machine learning, introduction to robotics, convex optimization and an introduction to linear dynamical systems.
Science Daily: Computer Science News