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Information Systems/Information Technology: Finding Resources
This is a curated list of databases relevant to information systems and information technology. To see all databases, please go to the A-Z Databases page.
Library Search covers multiple databases, so is a good place to start searching for information (especially books and journal articles).
However, you may sometimes need to search individual databases to find specific types of information, or to use specialised search options to you information more easily. The boxes below identify specific databases and resources relevant to information systems and information technology.
If you require further assistance, please see the options on the Library's Need help? page
A wide range of resources, including articles, definitions, images and animations which explain core scientific concepts. Disciplines covered include agriculture, biology, botany, information technology, environmental science, food science, health sciences, mathematics, physics, psychology and neuroanatomy.
Electrical engineering, electronics and computer science literature, including full-text access to all IEEE journals, transactions, and magazines; IEEE conference proceedings; IET journals and conference proceedings; all current IEEE standards.
Provides access to Magic Quadrants, Vendor Ratings, Hype Cycles and other foundational research to help IT and business technology decision makers. Covers a broad set of cross-industry technology topics.
Additional software is required to view Australian Standards - please see Finding Standards for further details. If you experience issues accessing downloaded standards, please contact TaSAC.
Note: As from 21 September 2022, a personal registration and login is no longer required to access standards. Using the above link, enter your CQU email address and follow the usual authentication process.
Maximum Users: 10 concurrent users. Please log out when you have finished. Licence Conditions: Electronic transmission of files, including sending by email, is prohibited.
Standards are available to CQU students and staff only for use related to their CQU study or research.