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CMU-Qatar Library: Computer Science

The CMU-Q Library offers students, faculty, and staff access to resources from LeetCode – a service that allows you to practice programming in preparation for technical interviews.

If you are interested in working as a software engineer or expect to participate in a coding interview in your future, you will benefit from the hands-on training, rich feedback, and insightful community available to you from LeetCode.

Contact the Library at library@qatar.cmu.edu to request login credentials. Please note that this service is available only for the Qatar campus community. Learn more about what LeetCode is here.

The top e-resources for computer science students and faculty members in Qatar are listed here.
To access even more resources, click here to open a new window to the main campus library resources list.

To get help using these resources or doing research, contact library@qatar.cmu.edu.

 

MIT CogNET provides access to the many cognitive science resources published by the Massachussetts Institute of Technology Press. Many excellent reference works, books and articles related to computational intelligence and natural language processing can be found here.


ACM Digital Library offers complete access to the full text of every article ever published by the Association for Computing Machinery.


IEEE Xplore provides access to all journal articles and conference proceedings published by IEEE since 1988. It also includes IEEE standards.


Related Guides

These guides, managed and updated through the main campus in Pittsburgh, provide more in-depth recommendations and research advice for specific computer science topics.


LinkedIn Learning with Lynda.com content

 

 

 

Use CMU's subscription to LinkedIn Learning (previously known as Lynda.com) for quick and painless, video-based training on tech skills like programming Python, Android, Windows Universal and more.