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"Founded in 1947, ACM is a major force in advancing the skills of information technology professionals and students worldwide. Today, our 75,000 members and the public turn to ACM for the industry's leading Portal to Computing Literature, authoritative publications and pioneering conferences, providing leadership for the 21st century."

The ACM develops materials that are used in several programs at IU, including the MIS and Ph.D. degree programs in Information Science at the School of Library and Information Science; the MSIS degree at the Kelley School of Business; the MS and Ph.D. degrees in Instructional Systems Technology at the School of Education; the BS, MS and PhD degrees in Computer Science and Cognitive Science at the College of Arts & Science, and the BS and MS degrees in Informatics from the School of Informatics.

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This chapter of the ACM serves all students at Indiana University interested in Information Technology and a variety of topics related to computerization. ACM has numerous Special Interest Groups (SIGs), with topics ranging from artificial intelligence to software engineering. These interests are represented in teaching and research in various departments at Indiana University, and we welcome this diversity to our chapter.

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