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Key Resources for SAT3611
ACM Digital Library
Archived journals, magazines, conference proceedings, and more from the Association for Computing Machinery. Not as user-friendly as some of the sources we looked at in class, but very powerful and in-depth.
CERT Vulnerability Notes Database
Publishes information about a wide variety of vulnerabilities. Vulnerability notes include technical descriptions of the vulnerability, as well as the impact, solutions and workarounds, and lists of affected vendors.
Articles, publications, and proceedings from IEEE.
Safari: O'Reilly's Learning Platform for Higher Education
Up-to-date guides in the areas of information technology, software development, engineering, digital media, web applications, as well as personal and professional development. Explore resources by topic, complete curated tutorials, or view individual e-books and videos.
Access Note: To use this platform, you must set up an account with your @mtu.edu address. Once you have done so, you can access Safari E-books from anywhere without going through the library website.
eBooks on a wide range of topics. Includes quite a few that are relevant to networking & computers. Books often provide more context and explanation than a website or in-depth article might.
Tutorials: Getting Started with Research
These interactive tutorial videos will introduce you to the basic skills and knowledge you need to get your research started. (Note: Tutorials have video and audio components)