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  * [[http://www.library.yorku.ca/eresolver/?id=437|Web of Science]] - a multidisciplinary database with very good coverage of all major computing journals. Good for citation searches.   * [[http://www.library.yorku.ca/eresolver/?id=437|Web of Science]] - a multidisciplinary database with very good coverage of all major computing journals. Good for citation searches.
  * [[http://www.library.yorku.ca/eresolver/?id=1194128|Scopus]] - another multidisciplinary database.   * [[http://www.library.yorku.ca/eresolver/?id=1194128|Scopus]] - another multidisciplinary database.
-  * **Very important:** it can be tricky to locate the full text of conference proceedings. Try the following steps: +  * **Very important:** it can be tricky to locate the full text of conference proceedings and grey literature. Try the following steps:
    * Try the Get It @ York button (if it is available in the database you are using).     * Try the Get It @ York button (if it is available in the database you are using).
    * [[http://subjectguides.uwaterloo.ca/content.php?pid=108720&sid=835538|Decipher the citation]]. Make sure you can tell the authors, titles, dates, and publishers apart.     * [[http://subjectguides.uwaterloo.ca/content.php?pid=108720&sid=835538|Decipher the citation]]. Make sure you can tell the authors, titles, dates, and publishers apart.
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