ACM Authors Gateway
Welcome to the ACM Author Gateway!
Here we’ve compiled all the information and resources that authors, editors and contributors need from the start of the publication process to publication.
Conference proceedings capture the cutting edge of innovation across the spectrum of computing fields by publishing refereed research findings and invited papers from ACM conferences, workshops and symposia. ACM and its Special Interest Groups convene more than 170 conferences, symposia and workshops each year.
ACM publishes more than 50 scholarly peer-reviewed journals in dozens of computing and information technology disciplines. ACM journal editors are thought leaders in their fields, and ACM’s emphasis on rapid publication ensures minimal delay in communication of exciting new ideas and discoveries.
ACM's eight magazines deliver articles, news and opinions from thought leaders throughout computing, helping readers make sense of developments in computer science education, human-computer interaction, online learning, and future trends in the rapidly expanding computing field.
ACM Books is a new series of advanced level research monographs and graduate level texts for researchers, practitioners, educators, and students authored by those working at the forefront of technology.
In addition to conference proceedings, many of ACM’s Special Interest Groups publish regular newsletters that keep SIG members current on what’s going on in their respective disciplines and subject areas.
ACM offers a plethora of tools and services to help authors present their work and make it discoverable to the widest possible audience. These range from submission templates and language editing services to liberal licensing policies and open access options.
Open Access at ACM
ACM is committed to the rapid and widespread accessibility of scholarly publications for the computing community, and in recent years has embarked on an aggressive program to experiment with new business models for open access publication.
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