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 an entirely new ACM Digital Library on January 1, 2020. The new ACM DL includes ACM's complete database of articles and related artifacts published during the past 70 years. 

We invite you to explore the new ACM DL 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.


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Latest Installment: SIG Pages

On the DL homepage, select “SIGs” in the main navigation bar. Here you will find the names and descriptions of all 37 of ACM’s SIGs, (choose between a “Grid View” or a “List View”). Click on any SIG to navigate to its homepage in the DL. Individual SIG pages display the name, date, location and website link of the SIG’s next conference, publication and citation details about this SIG’s publications, and show you how to get involved in these vibrant technical communities.

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