Resources for advanced technical writing at the graduate level.
Last Updated: Jan 27, 2015
An article from venture capitalist and former technology journalist M.G. Siegler about the credibility of most news sources about technology topics. The short version: 75% of what you read in today's press is only marginally accurate, 20% is outright wrong, and only 5% actually are usefully accurate. He also discusses why it is that these inaccuracies go uncorrected.
- ACM Digital Library
This source provides tables of contents, abstracts for selected articles, reviews, and over 31,000 full-text articles from ACM journals, magazines, and conference proceedings since 1985.
- IEEE Xplore
IEEE Xplore is a digital library providing full text access to technical literature in electrical engineering, computer science, and electronics. IEEE Xplore contains full text documents from IEEE journals, transactions, magazines, letters, conference proceedings, standards, and IET (Institution of Engineering and Technology) publications.
- Oxford Reference Online
Reference library that includes subject dictionaries, the World Encyclopedia, and more. Extremely helpful to find and define profession-specific jargon.
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EndNote helps you manage citations at three stages of the research process: collecting, organizing, and writing.