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ACM Digital Library Featured Resource

by Jeffrey Orrico on 2018-11-26T16:22:00-05:00 | Comments


ACM Digital Library is the definitive online resources for computing science researchers. It provides access to ACM’s collection of publications and bibliographic citations from a broad universe of published IT literature. The ACM DL is an extensive collection of more than 89 ACM journals, magazines, and peer reviewed articles, as well as conference proceedings and ACM SIG newsletters. This vast archive also contains nearly 2 million pages of text, with full-text articles from ACM publications dating back to the 1950s, and third-party content with selected archives.

Subjects: Computer Science

Content: over 450,000 full text articles,  7,500 conference proceeding, and 2.6 million citations

Full-Text: Yes, for over 89 journals, magazines, and newsletters;  Title List

Date Coverage: ACM publications dating back to the 1950s to present, and third-party content with selected archives

Mobile Friendly: Yes; Apps available

Get it on Google Play  Download on the App Store

Tutorials: ACM DL YouTube training video

Try ACM Digtial LIbrary today!

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