Welcome to the Library's subject guide for Computer and Information Sciences. This guide suggests useful resources for research from the Regis Library. Please ask us for help selecting, connecting to, and using databases. Remote access to subscription resources is available to current students, faculty, and staff with a valid Regis login.
LumenPlus: Search for articles, books, media, and more...
What is LumenPlus?A user guide for LumenPlus, the Regis Lbrary's instance of the EBSCO Discovery Service.
Popular Resources: E-books and Articles
Note: please see the Articles tab above for a complete alphabetical list of CIS databases.
A collection of online information technology books, including materials published by O'Reilly, Project Management Institute, Adobe Press, Microsoft Press, and Oracle Press. Covers topics such as certification, enterprise computing, Java, Linux/Unix, Web development, Windows, XML, and more. On the login page, from the drop down list of institutions, select "Not Listed? Click here". Enter your regis.edu to register. You will have immediate access to Safari. Check your inbox for a “Welcome to O'Reilly” email to access additional features (check your spam filter if you do not receive the email).
Please log out when finished with this valuable collection of full-text electronic books. Thousands of current titles, especially in IT, business, nonprofit management and leadership are here. Search by keyword in title or even in full-text. Build your own list of favorites and bookmark.
Each title is also cataloged in Lumen with a hot link.
BSC contains articles from scholarly journals, trade journals, and news sources. It covers all areas of business and management. In addition there are company profiles, SWOT analyses, industry reports, market research reports, and country reports.
Computer science publications from the Association for Computing Machinery are featured in the Digital Library. This is a large collection of full-text articles plus abstracts from almost 50 years of ACM journals, newsletters and conference proceedings.
The IEEE All-Society Periodicals Package provides online full-text access to magazines and transactions from all societies in IEEE. The default search includes results that fall outside of this package. Use the advanced search, and limit your search to "My Subscribed Content".
A favorite for the social sciences, humanities, fine arts, medicine, and education, ASP indexes 8,200 periodicals. Full-text articles from 3,750 peer-reviewed, scholarly journals are found here, plus a number of popular sources.