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What are Research Guides?

Research Guides are online tools created by librarians to help you get started with research. The guides on this page can help you identify the best resources and strategies for finding articles and other information sources for a specific subject or course.

Computer Information Systems Resources

Orolando Duffus, librarian

Orolando Duffus
Contact:
Room 117S
Liaison Services
M.D. Anderson Library
(713) 743-8750

CIS Overview

Contents:

  • Articles, Databases & Journals: Resources that contain popular, trade and scholarly business publications.

  • Books & eBooks:The collection covers many areas of information technology including applied sciences, artificial intelligence, business, certification, computer science, databases, desktop applications, desktop publishing, e-business, e-commerce, enterprise computing, graphics, hardware, human-computer interaction, the Internet, IT management, markup languages, multimedia, networking, operating systems, programming, security, and software engineering.
 

Avoiding Plagiarism

This guide contains resources intended to provide practical tips for students on how to avoid plagiarism and to also answer some common questions regarding the topic.

The guide contains the following sections: