January 11, 2011: ACM Launches New Version of Digital Library with Special Offer for ACM Members
Tuesday, January 11, 2011
ACM has released a new version of the ACM Digital Library, making it the most comprehensive database of computing literature in the world. A special three-month offer is available for ACM members who are not yet DL subscribers.
The new DL simplifies usability, extends connections, and expands content with a wide range of tools and features:
- Reorganized author profile pages - a snapshot of contributions and author influence metrics of publication and citations counts and download usage volume
- Broadened citation pages with tabs for metadata and links to expand exploration and discovery
- Redesigned binders to create personal, annotatable reading lists for sharing and exporting
- Expanded table-of-contents service for all publications in the DL
- Enhanced interactivity tools to retrieve data, promote user engagement, and introduce user-contributed content
- Integrated visualization technology for 150+ international ACM-related conferences
- Expanded DL content with citations for hundreds of IT books from top authors and publishers
For new DL users, ACM offers a special three-month opportunity to access the full text of ACM's vast collection of its own published resources without a subscription. To take advantage of this opportunity, click on http://dl.acm.org/free3.
Browse and search ACM journals, conference proceedings, magazines, and newsletters.
Share and export detailed bibliographic resources from other publishers, including data for every author and article in the archive.
Test the new personalized tools and features with friends and colleagues.
Annual DL subscriptions are available when this offer expires.