Center for Women and Information Technology
From the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, this site speaks to users of information technology (which is almost anyone) and women who are interested in entering an information technology field.
Codes of Ethics: Computing and Information Systems
This interesting site from the Illinois Institute of Technology provides links to different codes of ethics for those in the computer science field. In a field that can be a little wild, this site provides some interesting data. (Notice that that U.S. as a country does not have a single code of ethics.)
This page from the University of Albany, New York Library provides annotated links for web sites providing information on many topics related to the field of computer science such as dictionaries and encyclopedias, electronic books, conferences, jobs, history and current news. This is a great starting point.
This site provides (with free registration required) "full-text books for online reading on topics such as: Desktop Applications (Photoshop, Excel, Word); Using the Internet/Web (Netscape, MSIE); Databases (Oracle, SQL Server, etc.); Web Technologies (Java, HTML, Perl, CGI, etc.); and more. There are more than 100 titles to chose from." (Information from lii.org)
Internet Public Library: Computer Science
This site from the Internet Public Library provides an annotated list of links for sites providing information on the field of computer science. There are also list of links for the sub-fields of Imaging/Multimedia, Desktop Publishing, Human-Computer Interaction, and Information Systems Management.
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November 7, 2008