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Key databases relevant for Creative Computing are listed below:
- Academic Search Premier contains full-text access to over 8,000 journal titles containing peer-reviewed full-text scholarly content in both PDF and HTML, across the academic disciplines.
- Box of Broadcasts – BoB is a TV and radio steaming service for education. You can view, record, create clips and share broadcast programmes from over 60 TV and radio channels. BoB video tutorials
- LinkedIn Learning (previously called Lynda.com) allows you to learn software, creative, design, and business skills. New courses and videos are added every week. LinkedIn Learning tutorial.
A full list of all our databases can be found on the Databases page.
Here is a selection of relevant e-journals for Creative Computing:
- Computer Communications
- Computer Graphics World
- Computer Networks
- Computer Weekly
- Digital Communications and Networks
- International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing (1 year delay)
- Entertainment Computing
If you're looking for a particular e-journal title, use our Journals A-Z.
- ACM SIGCHI Conference Proceedings papers from CHI, CHI PLAY, and many other conferences.
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- SCONUL Access SCONUL is a scheme which allows university library users to borrow or use books and journals at other libraries which belong to the scheme.
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