ACM Learning Center
The ACM Learning Center provides ACM Members with a wide variety of resources for lifelong learning and professional development, including:
Online Courses from Skillsoft®, an award-winning leader in IT and business online training.
More than 1,750 unique titles carefully selected to cover a broad swath of today’s most soughtafter
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than 4,800 complete and unabridged online books and thousands of short, tasked-based videos
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books published by Morgan Kaufmann and Syngress.
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To view these and more resources, visit ACM’s Learning Center.
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