Academic institutions are a rapidly growing source for the most innovative research in technology. The IEEE Xplore digital library can help academic librarians and researchers meet these growing needs with access to the cutting-edge journals, conference proceedings, standards, ebooks and online educational courses that define technology today.
Leading universities from around the world subscribe to the IEEE Xplore digital library. They know IEEE is the most-cited publisher in new technology patents and publishes 17 of the top 20 journals in Electrical and Electronics Engineering, along with the top journals in many other fields of technology.
IEEE knows librarians are the experts in determining the content users need. IEEE offers an affordable solution for all levels of colleges, universities and academic institutions. Now, smaller colleges can subscribe to the same IEEE content that large universities receive, but at a lower price, based on your full-time enrollment and degree program.
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The February 2016 release of IEEE Xplore includes the disambiguated author names which will improve precision and recall of searches on IEEE Xplore. With this release, a unique author ID will be assigned to each author of an article.
IEEE publishes article titled "Collaborating to Reduce Content Gaps in Discovery: What Publishers, Discovery Service Providers, and Libraries Can Do to Close the Gaps".
Discovery Services Relations Manager, Julie Zhu and IEEE Client Services Manager, Jalyn Kelley partnered with discovery service providers and libraries to identify content gaps between the IEEE Xplore platform, discovery service indexes, and select library discovery service interfaces. Their recently published open access article in Science & Technology Libraries illustrates the content gaps, causes, and how IEEE is collaborating to reduce these gaps and adopt best practices for exposing publisher content in discovery services. View and download the article here.