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IEEE Journals, Conferences and Standards
IEEE Alumni access
IEEE has extended the offer for UK and Irish Academic Institutions to allow Alumni access to IEEE Journal content comprising over 324,000 peer-reviewed full-text articles. Alumni can access 169 of the most highly cited journals, transactions and magazines in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.
Access is made available via the IEEE Xplore Digital Library and includes early access to articles accepted for future publications.
With peer-reviewed publications concentrating on theoretical and experimental papers, as well as practical applications in research, design and specification, Institutions can provide their Alumni valuable research on a variety of topics.
IEEE Open Access
Many authors in today’s publishing environment want to make their research freely available to all reader communities. In addition, institutions may be required to make their research open and accessible due to funder requirements.
To help authors gain maximum exposure for their groundbreaking research, IEEE offers three Open Access publishing options:
- Hybrid Journals
- Multidisciplinary Mega Journal
- Fully Open Access Topical Journals
All of which are available on the IEEE Xplore Digital Library platform
Content Online Ltd has negotiated discounted pricing for institutions purchasing IEEE Article Processing Charges (APCs) for Open Access publishing.
IEEE Journals Archive
The complete IEEE Journals Archive spans over a century of scientific research with more than 410,000 articles from thousands of authors. With seminal works from pioneering IEEE authors and from the IEEE predecessor organisations; the American Institute of Electrical Engineers (AIEE) and the Institute of Radio Engineers (IRE).
Institutions can now gain perpetual access to historical issues from over 200 IEEE archival journal titles. Benefits of IEEE Journal Archive include:
- Perpetual electronic access to provide institutions with the opportunity to remove historic print collections.
- Free up shelf space in Library and/or reduce storage space and associated costs with maintaining paper archives.
- Fill gaps in library’s print archives and help fulfil the library’s role to preserve and archive scholarly material.
- Ensure perpetual access to archival information, regardless of any potential future budgeting issues.
The IEEE Conference Proceedings Archive provides perpetual access to leading technology content from more than 475,000 IEEE conference papers across more than 850 conference series.
Including more than 3,600 historical IEEE conference proceedings with coverage dating from 1951 through 1999, across numerous areas of technology. The collection includes all of the IEEE conference material currently available in IEEE Xplore for the years specified.
Benefits for institutions include helping fulfil a library’s role to preserve and archive scholarly material and replace print collections with electronic access, thus saving on storage/shelf space.