ACM DL Alerting Services
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Any individual is able to set up an RSS or email alert when a new Table of Contents for a particular publication within the ACM Digital Library is made available. To do so a person must have an ACM Web Account. ACM Web Accounts are free and easy to set up. To create a Web Account click on the ‘SIGN UP’ link which can be found on the upper right handle corner of any page within the Digital Library.
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