IEEE Xplore® Upgrade Provides New Tools for Researchers
IEEE Xplore® , the digital library of IEEE journals, conference papers and Standards, has added new research options, including tabbed search results, improved author search, citation search, and more.
Search results now show four tabs. The first tab (default view) will display all IEEE/IET publications. Users can now click on tabs to view other results including Books, Courses, or Application Notes
1. IEEE/IET - IEEE journals, transactions, letters, magazines, conference proceedings, and standards.
2. Books – Citations to books published by IEEE Press and IEEE Computer Society Press in partnership with John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
3. Educational Courses - Interactive online content developed from IEEE conference tutorials.
4. Application Notes [BETA] – produced by GlobalSpec, Application Notes are content created by companies to explain, illustrate, and promote technologies or products.
The IEEE and the Engineering Library are anxious to hear what you think of these improvements. Send your comments to Helen Josephine, Head Librarian, Engineering Library
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