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At present, over 1,500,000 students, researchers, educators, and practitioners from over 2,800 institutions from academia, government, and industry regularly download journal, conference, and magazine content from the ACM Digital Library, one of the world's leading online platforms for scholarly information.

All ACM Books are included in the ACM Digital Library for discovery, sale, and consumption, and this offers our authors an incredibly powerful platform to showcase their work to achieve the maximum level of impact on the field. In addition, by partnering with Morgan & Claypool, ACM Books has access to an even wider network of distributors and promotional channels, resulting in even greater penetration and accessibility of every book published in the ACM Books series.

ACM Books is marketed and sold to both individuals and institutions.

Promotion to individuals will include the following:
  • Marketing via the ACM Digital Library, for which access is currently licensed to over 2,700 institutions in over 80 countries around the world with an effective reach of over 1,500,000 end users annually
  • Special discounted pricing to the entire collection of ACM Books for ACM Members. ACM Professional Members have the ability to purchase annual access to the entire collection of ACM Books via the ACM DL for $29 per year and ACM Student Members have the ability to purchase access for $10 per year
  • Promotion at any of the hundreds of small, medium, and large international conferences and workshops sponsored by ACM each year, including for example ACM SIGGRAPH, ACM SIGCHI, ACM SuperComputing, ACM Design Automation Conference, etc.
  • Print and digital marketing in ACM's prestigious technical magazines, including the Communications of the ACM, ACM Queue, XRDS student magazine, eLearn Magazine, Computers in Entertainment magazine, ACM Interactions magazine, ACM InRoads magazine, and ACM Ubiquity magazine
  • Digital marketing in ACM TechNews, which is currently distributed to over 108,000 ACM Members three times each week
  • Promotion in ACM's Learning Center. See <ACM Learning Center> for more information
  • Promotion in various ACM Member publications, such as ACM MemberNet and ACM Member Bulletins
  • Inclusion of individual titles in ACM Books in the major online book retailers, including Amazon, B&N, and Apple iBooks
  • Inclusion of all titles in the ACM Digital Library Mobile Application
Promotion to institutions will include the following:
  • Marketing via the ACM Digital Library, for which access is currently licensed to over 2,700 institutions in over 80 countries around the world with an effective reach of over 1,500,000 end users annually
  • Promotion on ACM's librarian resource website, which is currently accessed by over 65,000 individuals from over 179 countries over the past year
  • Continuous promotion to ACM's network of over 90 academic library consortia customers, 100 large and mid-sized industry customers, and 100 large and mid-sized government institutions
  • Continuous promotion to ACM's network of over 30 subscription agencies operating in over 80 countries around the world, responsible for selling the ACM Digital Library to international library markets
  • Promotion at any one of the dozens of annual library conferences and events ACM attends each year
  • Inclusion of all titles in ACM Books in the world's largest curated bibliographic database, the ACM Guide to Computing Literature
  • Inclusion of all titles in the ACM Digital Library Mobile Application