symmetric monoidal (∞,1)-category of spectra
For $R \in CRing_\infty$ an E-∞ ring, the (∞,1)-modules over $R$ with homomorphisms between them form an (∞,1)-category, the $(\infty,1)$-category of $(\infty,1)$-modules over $R$.
Let $R$ be an A-∞ ring. The (∞,1)-category of ∞-modules $R Mod$ is a compactly generated (∞,1)-category and the compact objects coincide with the perfect modules
If $R$ is commutative (E-∞) then the perfect modules (and hence the compact objects) also coincide with the dualizable objects.
The first statement is (HA, prop. 7.2.4.2), the second (HA, prop. 7.2.4.4). For chain complexes this also appears as (BFN 08, lemma 3.5).
For $R$ an ordinary ring, write $H R$ for the corresponding Eilenberg-MacLane spectrum.
For $R$ any ring (or ringoid, even) there is a Quillen equivalence
between model structure on $H R$-module spectra and the model structure on chain complexes (unbounded) of ordinary $R$-modules.
This presents a corresponding equivalence of (∞,1)-categories. If $R$ is a commutative ring, then this is an equivalence of symmetric monoidal (∞,1)-categories.
This equivalence on the level of homotopy categories is due to (Robinson). The refinement to a Quillen equivalence is (SchwedeShipley, theorem 5.1.6). See also the discussion at stable model categories. A direct description as an equivalence of $(\infty,1)$-categories appears as (Lurie, theorem 7.1.2.13).
This is a stable version of the Dold-Kan correspondence.
See at algebra spectrum_ for the corresponding statement for $H R$-algebra spectra and dg-algebras.
For $E$ a periodic ring spectrum, then $E Mod$ ought to inherit a $\mathbb{Z}/2\mathbb{Z}$-∞-action. See at periodic ring spectrum – Periodicity of modules
Modules over algebras over an arbitrary (∞,1)-operad are discussed in section 3.3 of
Modules specifically over A-∞ algebras are discussed in section 4.2 there.
The equivalence between the homotopy categories of $H R$-module spectra and $Ch_\bullet(R Mod)$ is due to
The refinement of this statement to a Quillen equivalence is due to
Discussion in the context of derived algebraic geometry includes
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