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Computer Science

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Welcome to your online guide to finding resources for Computer Science!

Your Liaison Librarian

Elizabeth Simpson
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General enquiries:
lib-compsci@york.ac.uk

+44 (1904) 32 3891
Book an appointment:
Email me to arrange an appointment to discuss how I can help you make the most of the Library and our resources.
Support for researchers:
Contact our specialist Research Support Team.

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Welcome to the Subject Guide for Computer Science

iconThese pages bring together key resources for Computer Scientists.

Use the tabs above to Find resources, Evaluate what you've found and Organise your work.

 

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Forthcoming training sessions

We run a number of digital skills training sessions each term. Our digital skills training sessions are open to all members of the University.

To book onto a session, follow its link below (you'll need to log in to the booking system). If a session you're interested in is full, sign up onto the waiting list - if we have enough interest in a session we may repeat it. You'll also find copies of our slides throughout the Skills Guides.

Next digital skills sessions:

Other sessions:

We also run a number of specialised training sessions for staff and research postgraduates:

Tell us what you think about Reading Lists

We want to hear what you think about Reading Lists. 

Fill in our two-minute survey and have the chance to win a £20 Waterstones voucher!

We're currently running a short survey to find out what you find helpful about your lists and what you think could be improved. If you're in the Library in week 7 you may see us in the foyer, but you can also fill the survey in online if you'd prefer.

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Reading Lists FAQs - updated

We've updated the Reading Lists FAQs for students. Take a look for hints on navigating the lists and accessing your reading.

The page also contain some helpful information on active and critical reading, and some pointers on speed reading to help you manage your work.