Features of the New ACM Digital Library

An Email Series Exploring Many of the Features and Functionality Built into the New ACM DL

ACM launched a fully-functional beta site for the new ACM Digital Library. The beta site, called DLNext, is available alongside the existing ACM DL, and includes ACM's complete database of articles and related artifacts published during the past 70 years. We are aiming for a full cutover to the new ACM Digital Library experience later this fall.

We invite you to explore DLnext.acm.org on your desktop, tablet and mobile devices and discover some of the many enhancements in usability and functionality. To tell us what you think, please use the feedback button on the DLNext beta site, or contact us via email at dl-team@hq.acm.org, or via Twitter @ACMDL.


Our Latest Installment: ACM's Magazines in the DL

In the "Magazines" section of the new DL, you can easily dscover more about ACM’s seven magazines. From ACM's flagship magazine, Communications of the ACM to XRDS, ACM's magazine written and edited by and for students, you can browse bibliometric data including its publication years, number of issues available for download, citation count and more. You can also view additional information including a word cloud of the subject areas the magazine covers, its most frequent institutional affiliations, most cited authors, and a TOC of the magazine’s latest issue.

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