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Technology—Library Resources

A guide to conducting technology-related research at Miami Dade College (MDC), including information about our library, collection statistics, and resources for faculty.

USEFUL LINKS


Below are some useful links related to computing and technology.

  • Association for Computing Machinery (ACM))  Visit the ACM website to learn more about the world’s largest computing society.

  • Machine Intelligence Research Institute (MIRI)  Visit the MIRI website to learn more about research focused on putting theoretical foundations under AI robustness work.

  • Robohub  Visit the Robohub website to learn more about this non-profit online communication platform whose mission is to connect the robotics community to the rest of the world.

  • IEEE Big Data    The IEEE Future Directions Big Data Initiative strives to aggregate information about the various endeavors occurring worldwide in order to provide a community of professionals in industry, academia, and government working to solve the challenges associated with Big Data.

  • Diversity in Tech  CompTIA’s new research found that 7 in 10 people working in the high-tech industry today say they have heard or read about workplace diversity issues in the last 12 months. Learn more here.

  • Science.gov    The IEEE Future Directions Big Data Initiative strives to aggregate information about the various endeavors occurring worldwide in order to provide a community of professionals in industry, academia, and government working to solve the challenges associated with Big Data.

  • Miami Dade College STEM Talent Opportunity Priority (TOP)—Program Research in Involved Science and Math (PRISM) Research Guide    Visit this MDC research guide  for students participating in PRISM, a grant-funded program supporting original undergraduate research projects. Lots of useful content for everyone.