Search for information about the field of computer science, including salaries, on the Bureau of Labor Statistics website. According to the Occupational Outlook Handbook, a division of the U.S. Department of Labor, "The median annual wage for computer and information research scientists was $136,310 in August 2019."
Read about how and where computer scientists work in the Occupational Outlook Handbook.
For information about college computer science programs, see ComputerScience.org
If you need help with programming or coding or want to take a specific class in a program or coding language, one of these schools or organizations will have something to suit you.
Libby (formally Overdrive) has magazines like Macworld, PC Magazine, Breakout and more computer magazines available for online checkout. Libby/Overdrive is a Peninsula Library System database and you will need your public library card to access it.
The Association for Computing Machinery offers a repository of full-text articles and other materials as well as YouTube channels with thousands of subscribers. Create an account for free here.
Find the OneSearch field on Cañada College Library's homepage to navigate to databases, then choose a database from the dropdown menus by alphabetical order or by name.
Connect with computer scientists and see what resources computer science associations offer. Many offer training and some lead to internship or work experience.
The Cañada College Library, on the third floor of Building 9, offers computers, textbooks, technology, research help, printing, and group study rooms.
Library computers do not require you to log in and do not have a time limit so you can come and stay all day. Chromebooks, hotspots and calculators can be checked out from the circulation desk after you complete a technology loan agreement.
Search for textbooks available at the library. If you do not see your textbook, fill out the Textbook request form for students.