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Information Science & Technology

This guide provides scholarly resources for study and research in information science and technology.

Ebooks and other resources

Tutorials:

Check out the tutorials below from Safari/O'Reilly to brush up on both designing and delivering your presentation.

Practice Your Presentation:

 Practice and record your presentation at the same time then review the video to see what you can do better!   

The One Button Recording Studio at Fenwick Library is an easy to use video/audio recording set-up that requires no prior experience to use.  

 Learn more about the studio, how it works, and how to schedule your recording session with the link below.

This section provides links to IT certification resources in George Mason University Libraries: Ebook Central, LinkedIn Learning, and O'Reilly Learning Platform. 

  • Ebook Central contains books for reviewing and practicing.  
  • LinkedIn Learning contains video courses on specific topics. When you complete a LinkedIn course, you can post that information on your resume for prospective employers can see it.
  • O'Reilly Learning contains books, videos, learning paths, and playlists for specific topics.

If you can't find what you need or need help searching the resources above, please contact Heidi Blackburn at hblackbu@gmu.edu.

Information Science and Technology Print Books

Information Science and Technology print books are located primarily on the fifth floor of Fenwick Library. Subjects covered by these materials include artificial intelligence,computer programming, networks, programming languages, the history of computing, and associated topics. They will be most useful for theoretical and historical research as well as research related to the effects of computers/technology and society.

Information Science and Technology books are found in the following call number area(s):

  • QA 75.5-76.95 (Electronic computers; computer science)
  • QA 76.75-76.765 (Computer software)
  • Q 300 (Artificial intelligence, cybernetics)

Find Books at Mason

 

Still can't find the item? Use Interlibrary Loan (ILL) to request books, media and articles from other libraries when they are not available at Mason or the WRLC. Start your research early if you want to take advantage of this wonderful service as it can take up to 2 weeks.