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IEEE Launches Major Upgrade of IEEE Xplore(R) Digital Library
Date:2/17/2010

PISCATAWAY, N.J., Feb. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- IEEE, the world's largest technical professional association, today announced the launch of a substantial upgrade to the IEEE Xplore® digital library. The new product's intuitive user interface and customizable search tools make exploring IEEE's more than two million documents of trusted research easier, faster and more productive. Users can now spend less time researching and more time developing better products and pioneering technology.

"This major upgrade marks a milestone in the evolution of the IEEE Xplore digital library, enabling our customers to truly discover an altogether smarter research experience," said Karen Hawkins, IEEE Director of Product Management. "The innovative new features of the IEEE Xplore digital library were implemented as a direct result of the feedback we've received from our customer base as well as the user research we've collected."

The task of updating a Web resource with such a vast amount of information was complex, requiring an in-depth, multi-functional team approach. The new IEEE Xplore digital library is the product of collaboration between IEEE and hundreds of librarians, faculty, scientists and engineers, as well as IEEE professional and student members and volunteers. Individual users and large and small organizations can subscribe at various levels, with new features that include:

  • New efficient, easy-to-navigate design – The new IEEE Xplore digital library enhances the search and browse tools with a clean and more efficient design. A global search box on every page provides an opportunity to begin a search from anywhere on the site, and the prominent browse feature allows users to peruse thousands of journals, magazines, confer
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