What is IEEE?
IEEE Xplore is a digital library providing access to the world's highest quality technical literature in electrical engineering, computer science, electronics, and related disciplines. IEEE Xplore contains full-text documents from IEEE journals, magazines, conference proceedings, standards, eBooks, and educational courses.
IEEE Xplore also includes content from select other publishers including: Institution of Engineering & Technology (IET), MIT Press, IBM, Nokia Bell Labs, VDE Verlag, Morgan & Claypool, Tsinghua University Press, American Geophysical Union (AGU), and Beijing Institute of Aerospace Information (BIAI)
IEEE Xplore Digital Library contains the following collections:
- Journals, transactions, letters, and magazines published by the IEEE and IET, with some content dating back to 1872
- Journals published by IET, IBM, BIAI, TUP, and AGU dating back to 1930
- Conference Proceedings published by IEEE, IET and VDE VERLAG dating back to 1988
- IEEE technical standards and specifications, including active, revised, archived, and draft standards dating from 1948
- eBooks published by Wiley-IEEE Press, Wiley Telecom, MIT Press, Morgan & Claypool and other IEEE entities
- Courses representing the best of IEEE conferences, workshops, and seminars in an interactive format
Where can I get help with IEEE?
- Email the Library or contact your Academic Librarian
- IEEE provides quick reference user guides with tips and tricks for using IEEE Xplore effectively. Check them out here
- There's also a selection of quick self-paced video tutorials available covering topics like: Advanced searching, saving searches, content alerts, and lots more! You can view the video tutorials here
Most popular articles and search terms:
On the homepage of IEEE Xplore you'll find the Most Popular section which links to the most frequently viewed articles and documents, categorised by content type. The Popular Search Terms box shows the top 10 most used search terms on IEEE Xplore.
You'll also see View More... links at the bottom of the lists display on the Browse Popular page showing the top 25 search terms and top 100 articles and documents. You can click a search term to display search results for that particular term. You can also click on an article or document title to view the abstract and links for full-text access.