550 eBooks from the areas computer sciences, engineering and media (time range from 1943 to 2014) have been available since the beginning of the year.
MIT Press, affiliated with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, Massachusetts, is one of the well-respected university presses in the United States. Books from MIT Press normally are characterized by engineering referred content of long-lasting quality, which also reflect sociocultural development in technology.
The books are available within the TUHH intranet by using the platform IEEE Xplore. In the moment the volumes are not included in the TUBfind catalog and can only be found via IEEE Xplore.
An important focus of the publisher ist the area of “Computing & Processing (Hardware/Software)”. Below you find a subjective selection of further online books.
- The Art of Insight in Science and Engineering : Mastering Complexity. S. Mahajan. 2014.
- Leading Open Innovation. A. Huff, K. Möslein & R. Reichwald. 2013.
- Reality Mining : Using Big Data to Engineer a Better World. N. Eagle & K. Greene. 2014.
- Digital Methods. R. Rogers. 2013.
- The Social Machine : Designs for Living Online. J. Donath. 2014.
- The War on Learning : Gaining Ground in the Digital University. E.Losh. 2014.
- Who’s Asking? : Native Science, Western Science, and Science Education. D. Medin & M. Bang. 2014.
- Computability : Turing, Gödel, Church, and Beyond. B. Copeland, C. Posy, & O. Shagrir. 2013.
- Good Faith Collaboration:The Culture of Wikipedia. J.M. Reagle. 2010.
View on the States:
- Cheap and Clean : How Americans Think about Energy in the Age of Global Warming. S. Ansolabehere & D. Konisky. 2014.
- Girls Coming to Tech! : A History of American Engineering Education for Women. A. Bix. 2013.
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