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Computer Information Technologies (CIT): Home
Discover LCC Library resources and more for the Technical Careers Division's CIT programs: Computer Information Technologies; Geospatial Science; CIT Advisors; IT Student Alliance (ITSA); CIT Employment Resources; CIT Apprenticeship
O'Reilly Online Learning: Academic EditionOffers expert content in from leading authors in technology and business. Online access to technical books, videos, interactive tutorials, case studies, learning paths, and audio books from O'Reilly & Associates, HarperCollins, The Pearson Technology Group, and others. Includes unlimited user access. Login information for first time users: The first time you access this database, you will be asked for your LCC email address to set up an account. In the box, enter your LCC email address (students: firstname.lastname@example.org or employees: email@example.com). Next, you'll receive an email to set up your account. Login for existing users: Below the “Select your institution” box, select "Institution not listed?" Select "Already a User?" then enter your LCC email address. Choose Continue. Enter your password. Click on "Sign in."
Computer Science (Gale OneFile)Computer-related product introductions, news and reviews in areas such as hardware, software, electronics, engineering, communications and the application of technology. Full text articles from news sources, magazines, and academic journals.
Applied Science & Technology SourceBroad coverage of research and development within the applied sciences and computing disciplines. Content derives from leading trade journals, professional and technical society publications, and conference proceedings. Access Tip: Also available at mel.org
Associates Programs SourceIncludes coverage for thesubject areas most relevant to two-year college programs, including accounting, biotechnology, criminal justice, graphic arts, interior design, plumbing, heating & air conditioning, and welding. Access Tip: Also available at mel.org