In the 15 years since its launch, IEEE Xplore has become an essential tool for scientists - an impressive one billion documents have been downloaded by IEEE Xplore users.
You can access IEEE Xplore's vast array of articles, conference publications, books, patents and more via the Library's E-resources guide:
My Projects and My SettingsYou can set up your own free account in IEEE Xplore by selecting Create Account at the top right-hand corner of the homepage. You will need to do this in order to view your search history. You'll then have the option to save up to 50 searches which can be viewed under My Settings.
My Projects gives you the option to organise your searches by topic or project. You can have an unlimited number of projects and you can add notes and tags to articles as you save them to projects. My Projects is located under My Settings on the navigation bar.
Downloading citationsIt is very straightforward to download citations but you will need to login to your IEEE account first. IEEE provide guidance:
New featuresThe eagle-eyed researcher will have noticed that the home page has recently been revised. One of the features of this is a Publication Search which allows you to search by Publication title, volume issues and start page. You can also view and copy MathML code as well as TeX commands with the MathJax plugin. Information about these features, and others too, is gathered on one page:
If you have any questions about how this resource works, let us know in the comments or get in touch with your Academic Liaison Librarian.