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Computer Science & Information Systems

Doctoral Research @ Pace

Icons of book, computer, pencil and paper on a blue and yellow backgroundPace University Library is here to support your research needs and interests! This page will provide more details for doctoral students and the resources we can provide to assist in your research. 

As you research, never pay for an article before checking if you can get for free via the library!  First, search the Pace catalog. Then, if you do not find your desired article, book or dissertation you may request an inter-library loan via our ILLiad service. Use the ILLiad link on the left side for information on that service. 

Pace Computing Dissertations

The Pace Library offers access to Computing Dissertations from various sources. Dissertations from other PhD students can be valuable resources for your research. 

Computer Science Databases

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These databases give you access to a variety of publications related to Communications and Media. 

From off-campus, you will be prompted to login with your Pace username and password.

Using Google Scholar

Think of Google Scholar as another research database to have in your research toolbox.

Set your Google Scholar Preferences to recognize that you are affiliated with Pace University and to access full-text articles provided by the Pace Library. Check out our Help Guide which explains this process in full.

  1. Go to Google Scholar, and select the “Settings” link.
  2. On the “Settings” page, go to the Library Links area
  3. In the search box, type “Pace University” and then click the check boxes to add Pace Library options to your list of libraries
Google Scholar Search

Citation Management & Analysis

Citation management programs are add-ons that allow you to plug in information about a source and then choose what citation style you want it to appear in for your bibliography.  And understanding the process and metrics of Citation Analysis can help you understand the impact of research articles and your research's part in the scholarly conversation.