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UMass Amherst Libraries

Information and Computer Sciences

Helpful People

Who                                             What Where                 
Librarians!
 My name is Rebecca
and I'm the librarian for
the College of Information
and Computer Sciences.

There's a librarian for every subject! They can answer your questions about finding, accessing, and managing academic resources. 

If you'd like to see which librarian works with a particular subject, check out our "Academic Liaison Program."

Available via Zoom or email during Fall 2020.

If you need a quick answer,
Ask Us!

Learning Resource Center (LRC) Help with homework, tutoring, and supplemental instruction. Offers several sections for Information and Computer Sciences! Online appointments and drop-ins.
Writing Center Work with you at any point in the writing process. Sign up for an appointment and meet online with a Writing Center tutor! Online appointment.

Tools and Resources to Get You Started

All of these resources listed below can be accessed through the Libraries' main page.

  • Discovery Search: The default search box on the Library's homepage searches the Five College catalogs and *some* of the databases we subscribe to. You will find many articles, books, reference materials, and electronic resources -- but not all that may be relevant to your work. 
  • Databases A-Z: A searchable list of all the databases that the Libraries have access to. It can point you to content in your subject area of interest (e.g., computer science, engineering, business, philosophy). The most frequently used databases are listed first. Check out the listing of computer science-specific databases, too. 

Suggested resources for computer science include: 

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