Every year, IEEE Xplore adds new content/features to provide you the best experience while delivering the highest quality technical content. This year, IEEE Xplore celebrated its 15 year anniversary and continues to be the leading resource of scientific and technical information. Here’s a list of the most popular new features and enhancements added to IEEE Xplore in 2015.
Homepage and Navigation RevisionThe IEEE Xplore homepage and navigation bar have undergone major revisions. The new tablet-friendly layout allows for a more robust search experience that puts our most popular and most recent publications at-a-glance. Among the new features is a Publication search which lets you search by Publication Title, Volume Issue, and Start Page. As always, you can use Advanced Search options to build a custom search or simply enter a search term in the Basic Search bar.
New feature now allows users to view and copy MathML code as well as TeX Commands through HTML versions of full-textdocuments. Right click on an equation within an HTML document and choose "Show Math As" to reveal the equation in either MathML or TeX Commands.
Improved experience for IEEE eLearning coursesAll 400+ eLearning courses will now be delivered through the IEEE Xplore digital library. This includes a modern, mobile-friendly design for eLearning content plus greater tools for easy discovery of eLearning content of interest. See the full list of eLearning courses or check out the course series packages on topics like cloud computing and transportation.
Remote Access available for IEEE Xplore
IEEE Remote Access is now an option for IP authenticated customers to offer roaming access to users who need to access the institutional IEEE Xplore subscription off-site. Users in participating institutions can use this new feature to access IEEE Xplore content on mobile devices when away from the office or a secure network, similar to VPN.
More than 2 million HTML-formatted articles are now available via IEEE Xplore
HTML-formatted articles redefine how IEEE publications are displayed online. Presenting cutting-edge IEEE articles in an elegant, state-of-the-art, HTML layout provides a richer and more interactive research experience.
IEEE Collabratec is a new integrated online community where technology professionals can network, collaborate, and create — all in one central hub. Technology professionals around the world can take advantage of productivity tools, plus IEEE members and institutional subscribers can access exclusive features.
IEEE has partnered with the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers® SMPTE® to bring nearly a century of groundbreaking standards and peer-reviewed articles in the field of motion imaging to the IEEE Xplore digital library.
Check out SMPTE content in IEEE Xplore.
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