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Helping Members Meet Today’s Career Challenges
& Courses Programs!
NEW! Over 2,500 Online Courses in Multiple Languages
Plus 1,000 Virtual Labs from Element K!
ACM’s new Online Course Collection includes over
courses in multiple languages, 1,000 virtual labs, e-reference
tools, and offline capability. Program highlights:
The ACM E-Learning Catalog - round-the-clock access to 2,500+ online courses on a wide range of
computing and business topics, in multiple languages.
Exclusive vLab® Virtual Labs - 1,000 unique vLab® exercises place users on systems using real
hardware and software allowing them to gain important job-related experience.
Reference Tools - an e-Reference Library extends technical knowledge outside of the classroom, plus
online Executive Summaries and quick reference cards to answer on-the-job questions instantly.
Offline Player - members can access assessments and self-study courses offline, anywhere and anytime,
without a live Internet connection.
A downloadable Quick Reference Guide and a 15-minute site orientation course for new users are also
available to help members get started.
The ACM Online Course Program is open to ACM Professional and Student Members.
600 Online Books from Safari
ACM members are eligible for a special
40% savings offer to upgrade to a Premium or
Full Library subscription through June 15, 2009.
For more details visit:
The ACM Online Books Collection includes full
access to 600 online books from Safari® Books
Online, featuring leading publishers including
O’Reilly. Safari puts a complete IT and business
e-reference library right on your desktop. Available
to ACM Professional Members, Safari will help you
zero in on exactly the information you need, right
when you need it.
500 Online Books
All Professional and Student Members also
have full access to 500 online books from
Books24x7®, in ACM’s rotating collection of
complete unabridged books on the hottest
computing topics. This virtual library puts
information at your fingertips. Search, book-
mark, or read cover-to-cover. Your bookshelf
allows for quick retrieval and bookmarks let
you easily return to specific places in a book.