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Credo is an academic alternative to Wikipedia. It holds over 400 encyclopedias, handbooks, and specialty dictionaries.
Check out Credo's topic page for robotics.
Where to Find Scholarly Sources
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Recommended Internet Resources - Robots FYS
Here are a few links to websites about robots, robotics, and other relevant topics.
Books at Smith Library Center
Searching for Information
Think about keywords related to robotics to start your search in the library's WorldCat catalog. When you find a good book, look at the Subject Headings in the Description section of the record to find more books on the topic. Clicking on the subject headings will take you to a list of all the other books that have also been classified under that heading in the catalog.
Try searching for some of these subject headings related to robots, robotics, and A.I. in WorldCat:
Artificial Intelligence | Autonomous Robots | Robot Industry | Robots -- Programming | Robots -- Dynamics | Cognitive science |Robots -- Design and construction | Robotics -- Military applications | Artificial Intelligence -- social aspects
WorldCat@SU is the library's online catalog. You can search our collections for books, articles, archival materials, journals, maps, music, videos, and other resources. Other library's collections are searchable, too. Use Get It! to request and borrow those items.
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