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Macmillan Explorers


Reading for your entire course

Want to get ahead in your Computer Science class? The Macmillan Computer Science Explorer makes it easy for you to read around a subject, giving you access to hundreds of online textbooks from Springer and Apress.

From Python programming to artificial intelligence and web development, all your computer science reading is here. Here’s just a few of the books you’ll get access to with the Explorer.

Introduction to Artificial Intelligence

Author(s):
Wolfgang Ertel, Nathanael T. Black

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Modern Programming Made Easy

Author:
Adam L. Davis

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Guide to Discrete Mathematics

Author(s):
Gerard O'Regan

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And what’s more, you’ll be able to create your own study cards, make notes in the books, and access offline on up to four devices.

Explorers offer personal subscriptions for students starting at £40.99.

If you’re a lecturer or academic, get in touch with us to enquire about a free 1-month trial for your university department.