You may be tempted to just use online sources, such as wikipedia or websites for all your research. Although, they may be a good starting place if you're completely unfamiliar with a topic, to succeed in your projects you must produce high quality academic work based on academic resources.
Library resources, such as books and articles, will help you demonstrate the value, efficiency, effectiveness, etc. of your ideas and prove that you've come up with a good design.
This guide will help you find evidence to support your design projects, as well as offer resources to help you with logistics, such as tips for writing, working in groups, or creating presentations.
This guide will provide you with information about resources available through the Bodleian Libraries to help with your third and fourth year undergraduate projects in Computer Science.
Each tab is devoted to particular types of resources or tools. Click on one to find out more.
Your subject librarian,Alessandra Vetrugno, is based at the Radcliffe Science Library. Please contact her if you need help using the library or finding information.
Scheduled sessions MT 2017-2018:
1st year Undergraduate students:
Thursday 12th October, 1 - 1.15pm - How to read your reading list - RSL Training Room
3rd and 4th year Undergraduate students:
Monday, 16th October, 1 - 1.30pm - Research skills for your final project - RSL Training Room
Friday, 27th October, 1 - 1.30pm - Research skills for your final project - RSL Training Room