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About the ACM Digital Library
The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) is the world's largest scientific computing society and publishes a large volume of research in the field. The ACM Digital Library provides the full text of every article published by the ACM and is an excelent resource for computer science research and research in the related disciplines.
The ACM Digital Library allows you to search their entire collection using there basic and advanced search functions, or you can browse the collection by a number of different categories.
Access ACM Digital Library
ACM Digital Library The ACM Digital Library includes, in full text, the numerous journals, transactions, magazines, special-interest-group newsletters, and conference proceedings published by the ACM (Association for Computing Machinery), with over 50 years of archives; publications by affiliated organizations are also present. Additionally, access is provided to the Guide to Computing Literature, a collection of over 1 million bibliographic citations and abstracts of works published by ACM and more than 6,000 other publishers. The Guide covers books, journal articles, conference proceedings, doctoral dissertations, master's theses, and technical reports.
Off Campus Access
Remote (off campus) access to the FDU databases is available only to FDU students, faculty, and staff.
To access a database from off campus, select it from the library's A-Z Databases List. You will be prompted for your FDU NET ID and password. Upon verification you will be given access to the database.