UPDATE: The post below was written before it seemed that ISON had been destroyed during its close encounter with the sun yesterday. Today, new reports are indicating that at least some portion of the comet may have come through intact, though what that will mean for viewing here on Earth is uncertain. In the spirit of hopefulness, I’ve decided to go ahead and post this entry. – JMWSR
Comet ISON, if it survived its route near the sun on November 28th, should be visible in the sky beginning in early December.
If you’re an iPad owner, here’s a good guide to viewing it using your Apple tablet.
Here’s a nice infographic from Huffington Post showing the best part of the sky to watch if you’re going old school.