IEEE Computer Society Digital Library expands to over 600k articles and papers

(22 March 2016, Los Alamitos, Calif.) The IEEE Computer Society announced today the expansion of their Computer Society Digital Library (CSDL) to include over 600,000 in-depth, peer-reviewed articles and papers from experts throughout the technology field.

This expansion represents over 30% more documents than any other research and study tool available. The CSDL provides online access to 32 society magazines and transactions and more than 5,000 conference publications by over a quarter million authors.

The comprehensive research tool was created to provide institutions with deeper access to authoritative, cutting-edge information on a variety of computing-related topics, including but not limited to:

  • Cybersecurity
  • Big Data
  • Cloud Computing
  • Agile
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • the Internet of Things
  • Smart Systems
  • Mobile
  • Wearables
  • Predictive Analytics

To meet a wide variety of budgets and requirements, the IEEE Computer Society has developed a range of packages and pricing structures that allow institutions to provide the most needed information to users.  Some institutions may qualify for a free trial.  Email csdl@computer.org to confirm eligibility.

Visit http://computer.org/web/csdl for all CSDL information, or contact Georgann Carter at gcarter@computer.org directly.

The announcement is here.