The ACM Digital Library provides
online access to thirty magazines and journals in computing and
IT, with complete archive reaching back to 1950's. Also includes
the ACM Special Interest Group newsletters and conference proceedings,
many with full archives. The ACM Online Guide, allows ACM users
to expand their searches to include non ACM works in their results.
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All areas of Information Technology
Full archival content for all ACM
ACM's Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
in 34 distinct areas of information technology address your varied
interests - Programming Languages, Graphics, and Mobile communications
distributes, and archives original research and firsthand perspectives
from the world's leading thinkers in computing and information technologies.
ACM offers over
two dozen publications that help computing professionals negotiate
the strategic challenges and operating problems of the day.
The Library features
electronic publication of ACM magazines, journals,
and proceedings, with a six-year online archive
and a bibliographical reference database going back to 1985 for
most ACM publications.
ACM and its SIGs
(Special Interest Groups) sponsor more than 100 conferences around
the world every year, attracting over 100,000 attendees in total.
ACM provides an
objective arena for the discussion of cutting-edge and often competing
ideas. Many ACM SIG conferences have become premier world events.