IEEE stands for Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. It is a group for students, scientists, engineers who wish to carry out research of high quality. IEEE journals and conferences are highly recommended for publishing your articles because they are highly reputed. They publish articles of high quality and research index. It will benefit those doing their PhD work or for career advancement. It creates an impact on the resume.
- Roden, M S (Aug 2006). “IEEE Xplore 2.1”. Choice. 43 (WEB X): 154.
IEEE Xplore is essential for technical libraries serving electrical engineering students, faculty, and professionals. A comprehensive database of more than a million full-text documents with more than 25,000 pages added each month, it contains all IEEE journals, transactions, letters, magazines, conference proceedings, and standards beginning with 1988 and selected documents as early as 1952….With more and more libraries substituting electronic information for paper copies, this online resource has become a must for electrical engineering reference.
- ^ Wilde, Michelle (1 April 2016). “IEEE Xplore Digital Library”. The Charleston Advisor. 17 (4): 24–30. doi:10.5260/chara.17.4.24.
The content of IEEE Xplore is technical in nature and will appeal to researchers working in technical fields, particularly electrical engineering, electronics, and computer science.
- ^ “IEEE Xplore – Overview”. ieeexplore.ieee.org. Retrieved 25 July 2020.
- ^ Scardiui, Brandi (April 2015). “IEEE Xplore”. Information Today. 32 (3): 23.
IEEE adds about 25,000 new documents to Xplore each month.
- ^ Griffin, Luke (April 2002). “IEEE Xplore (Review)”. Reference Reviews. 16 (4): 27–28. doi:10.1108/rr.2002.16.4.27.198.
Anyone can browse the tables of contents of the journals for free. In order to be able to search and receive abstracts and full-text (PDF files), users will need to either be a member of IEEE, which will provide them with electronic access to the journals they subscribe to in print, or a subscriber to one of the IEEE Xplore packages.
- ^ Griffin, Luke (August 2002). “IEEE Xplore. Version 1.3”. Online Information Review. 26 (4): 285–285. doi:10.1108/oir.2002.26.4.285.12.
- ^ “IEEE Xplore Digital Library Subscriptions”. www.ieee.org. Retrieved 2020-09-04.