ACM and Purdue University have signed a three-year Open Access (OA) agreement under the ACM OPEN program in Feb. 2021.
Under this agreement, all new ACM research articles published by Purdue corresponding authors will be made OA in perpetuity in the ACM Digital Library (dl.acm.org) at no cost to authors, with default CC-BY author rights for article reuse. Additionally, all accepted new ACM research articles from any Purdue author (corresponding or not) will be automatically deposited into Purdue’s institutional repository.
The agreement is in effect from January 1, 2021 through December 31, 2023.
More information is available in the news post here and the libguide of Open Acess
As the librarian for Computer Science, I collaborate and consult with Purdue faculty and students affiliated with the department. I teach classes and workshops and provide one-on-one research consultations in-person and via email. I also purchase new books, journals, multimedia, and other online research sources for the department as well as conduct my own research in digital libraries.
Browse this library guide to learn about library collections and other scholarly resources that are relevant for research in Computer Science. Contact me if you need help researching your particular topic.
Our subscriptions to most electronic resources are limited to campus IP addresses. To access a resource from off-campus, be sure to use the links provided in our catalog, which are routed through a proxy server. After logging in with your career account and password, you should be able to access the resource.
Library collections are available in print and electronically. Print collections relevant to Computer Science can be found in the Mathematical Sciences Library and the Library of Engineering and Science.
You can search for both print and electronic journals, conferences, and books by title using the catalog from the Libraries' main web page. Resulting records will provide a link or physical location for of holdings.
To search for articles within journals and papers within conference proceedings, you need to use a bibliographic search engine such as Google Scholar or DBLP for general use or an electronic resource like IEEE Xplore or ACM Portal that are the best tools for specialized, in-depth research.
Click the E-Resources tab of this guide for suggested resources in Computer Science or you can browse our full list of electronic resources.
If we don't have access to the journal or book you need for your research, you can request it using Interlibrary Loan or email me to suggest that we purchase it. In most cases, you'll get it within a few days and without charge.