With a large and growing set of ongoing full text from publishers such as Springer, Cambridge University Press, Association for Information Systems, Emerald Group, the Computing Database supports the needs of students and faculty in the fast growing fields of information technology and computer science. The Computing Database is a growing resource of 4.2 million full text articles from over 500 sources. In full-text format, researchers have access to all the charts, diagrams, graphs, tables, photos, and other graphical elements so vital to scientific and engineering literature.
This database is purpose-built to provide institutions whose focus is teaching and learning with a growing foundational collection of the world’s leading information technology journals like the International Journal of Computer Vision and authoritative, accessible trade titles including Information Week and EContent.
These highly cited titles bring focused coverage and offers a superior level of detailed and specific research information across hundreds subject areas.
Popular works, such as Wired and Technology Review provide necessary information for new or non-specialist learners with approachable context and language.
The Computing Database is offered on the ProQuest platform. With its clean interface and responsive design, the ProQuest platform delivers a modern research experience that guides users' discovery, access and management of rich, diverse content sources.
Our research shows that users want to be able to access the same information and expect the same functionality across all their devices, that’s why the ProQuest platform is optimized to work similarly on desktops, tablets, and smartphones.
Content discovery is an integral part of the ProQuest platform’s goal of driving better outcomes for our customers and their users. All content from the Science Database is discoverable through Primo, Summon, OCLC WorldCat, and Google Scholar (scholarly content only).