Computer Science touches virtually every aspect of human endeavor. Its impact on society is seen in the proliferation of computers, information systems, game systems, web browsers, search engines, computerization and automation of automobiles, and all the wonderful application programs that have been developed to make computers more productive and easier to use.
To search for further information about Computer Science programs and degrees at Ketttering, and to view the course catalog, visit Kettering's Computer Science Department page.
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The Department of Computer Science is located on the 2nd floor of the Academic Building in room 2300.
New Featured Computer Science e-books available through the library:
By Gautam Kumar, Dinesh Kumar Saini, Nguyen Ha Huy Cuong (2021)
This book discusses the evolution of security and privacy issues and brings related technological tools, techniques, and solutions into one single source.
Editors: George A. Tsihrintzis & Maria Virvou (2021)
This book introduces readers to some of the most significant advances in core computer science-based technologies.
New Databases/Database Reminders:
Don't forget- we have upgraded our IEEE package as of late 2020 to the IEEE Electronic Library (IEL) which contains current literature in electrical engineering, computer science and related technologies. Our current selection brings you over 4,400 standards, access to numerous periodicals, the full conference proceedings, and more! Check out IEEE here.
The library has obtained a number of magazines available for viewing online through Flipster, as well as subscriptions to Science (a highly requested magazine) and Nature. Flip through these magazines using the links above!
Software Engineering Radio is a podcast targeted at the professional software developer. The goal is to be a lasting educational resource, not a newscast. Three to four times per month, we publish a new episode talking to experts from the software engineering world about the full range of topics that matter to professional developers.
In Security Now, Leo Laporte and I spend somewhat shy of 2 hours each week discussing important issues of personal computer security. Sometimes we'll talk about long-standing problems, concerns, or solutions. Either way, every week we endeavor to produce something interesting and important for every personal computer user.
Linux Action Show is the world's #1 Linux podcast. A weekly show that covers the best in the open source and Linux world. Get a solid dose of Linux, gadgets, howto, reviews, and news every week!
Spark is an ongoing conversation about our rapidly changing world. Along with you, host Nora Young explores how technology, innovation and design affects our lives.
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LinkedIn Learning is a great resource with numerous courses on various topics related to Computer Science.
Find some of the most popular courses below, or, check out the full range of courses in LinkedIn Learning here.
1 hour 40 minutes