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Introducing the new IEEE Xplore

Introducing the new IEEE Xplore. About the IEEE. A not-for-profit society World’s largest technical membership association with over 395,000 members in 154 countries Expertise & experience of members = quality of content Four core areas of activity Publishing Conferences Standards

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Introducing the new IEEE Xplore

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  1. Introducing the new IEEE Xplore

  2. About the IEEE • A not-for-profit society • World’s largest technical membership association with over 395,000 members in 154 countries • Expertise & experience of members = quality of content • Four core areas of activity • Publishing • Conferences • Standards • Membership IEEE Mission IEEE promotes the engineering process of creating, developing, integrating, sharing, and applying knowledge about electro and information technologies and sciences for the benefit of humanity and the profession

  3. Quality of ContentPeer Reviewed Periodicals and Conference Proceedings • What makes IEEE content different? • IEEE peer review - the process in which a journal article or conference paper is submitted by the prospective publisher to experts in the field for critical evaluation prior to publication, a standard procedure in scholarly publishing. Synonymous with referred or juried review. • Key questions • Is the science accurate? • Does the paper make a unique contribution to the “body of knowledge?” • Assures credibility and authority of content • Beyond news or business trade sources • Far beyond open web content • Most frequently cited content in technical literature & in Patents

  4. Quality of ContentMost frequently cited technical publisher Thomson Scientific ISI “Journal Citation Report” documents high quality According to the latest report, IEEE publishes: • #1 journal in Electrical and Electronic Engineering • 16 of the top 20 journals in Electrical and Electronic Engineering • 9 of the top 10 journals in Telecommunications • 6 of top 10 journals in Computer Science, Hardware & Architecture • 7 of top 20 journals in Computer Science, Information Systems • 9 of top 20 journals in Computer Science, Software Engineering • # 1 in Imaging Science • # 1 in Robotics • # 1 in Artificial Intelligence • # 1 in Transportation Technology • # 3 in Biomedical Engineering The ISI JCR presents “quantifiable statistical data that provides a systematic, objective way to evaluate the world’s leading journals” (Report released June 2009)

  5. IEEE is 1st! IEEE cited 3.5xmorethan nearest competitor Patent References to STM Publishers IEEE Source: 1790 Analytics 2008 • U.S. patent references from the top 25 patenting organizations in 2008 to top publishers • Based on number of references to papers/standards/conferences from 1997-2008

  6. Antennas Biomedical Engineering Computing Electrical Engineering Industrial Engineering Nanotechnology Nuclear Science Power Remote Sensing Aerospace Circuits Communications Energy Information Technology Optics Radiology Security Software Transportation Wireless Breadth of contentIEEE publishes in all areas of technologyMore than just electrical engineering & computer science

  7. What do you get with the IEEE/IET Electronic Library (IEL)? • >2.5 million full-text articles • 149 IEEE journals & magazines • 23 IET journals & magazines • >900 annual IEEE conferences • >40 IET annual conferences • >2,000 IEEE standards • Unlimited access for all document types • Inspec index records for all articles • Backfile to 1913 for select titles • Monthly COUNTER-compliant usage statistics

  8. Trends: IEEE Content Direction • Technology moving faster than ever - globally • Multidisciplinary solutions are increasingly relevant and critical to problem solving • 2009 – Worldwide IEEE members reach all time high – 395,000; >6000 IEEE Fellows • 2009 – IEEE Conferences exceed 1000 for 1st time • Conferences organized and run by volunteers • See an emerging area and want to focus and network around that topic • Focus on “hot topics” • Complex issues of global relevance and concern

  9. IEEE Focus: Hot Topics2009 - 2010 • Sustainable energy • Sustainable world • Smart Grid • Healthcare • Education • Infrastructure • Consumer Electronics • Space

  10. IEEE Xplore adds new journals • 26 titles added – 2003 to 2008 • Six new titles being added in 2009 • IEEE Solid-State Circuits Magazine • IEEE Transactions on Autonomous Mental Development • IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Communications and Networking • IEEE Photonics Journal  • IEEE Embedded Systems Letters • IEEE Transactions on Computational Intelligence and AI in Games

  11. New Content - 2010 IEEE-Wiley eBooks Library • >400 titles • 19 cutting edge technologies • Handbooks, introductory & advanced texts, reference & professional works IEEE and IBM partner to bring you two prestigious IBM journals • IBM Journal of Research and Development • IBM Systems Journal New IEEE Journals for 2010 • IEEE Biometrics Compendium • IEEE Magnetic Letters • IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid • IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy • IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing

  12. IEEE Adds AIP and AVS Journals • Highly cited content in applied physics • AIP/AVS content integrated into Xplore • Five titles added in 2009 • Applied Physics Letters (AIP) • Journal of Applied Physics (AIP) • Review of Scientific Instruments (AIP) • JVST A: Vacuum, Surfaces and Films (AVS) • JVST B: Microelectronics and Nanometer Structures (AVS)

  13. Focus on System Performance and Service – Upgrades in 2009 • IEEE Xplore Release 2.6 – March 2009 • Infrastructure upgrade • Authentication system upgrade • Laid the foundation for future enhancements: • Search personalization (saved searches, search alerts) • Foundation for Shibboleth authentication • More detailed statistics All of these enhancements required further development but the upgrade makes its all possible

  14. Librarians & End Users Help Form the new Xplore • Customer Needs and Usage Data • Interviews with: • Novice and Advanced Users • Academic, Corporate, Government Customers • Members, Volunteers • Librarians, Authors, Students, Professors, Researchers • Analytic Reports • Usage Statistics • Past Research • Customer Wishlist New IEEE Xplore Interface and Architecture

  15. Get started with the new IEEE Xplore! • Online training on the new IEEE Xplore: www.ieee.org/go/ieeexplore_training • Encourage your users to sign up for a personal account so they can access search alerts and preferences. • Reset your Table of Contents Alerts via your personal account settings in the new IEEE Xplore (current alerts will expire). • Submit your organizational logo: www.ieee.org/go/submitlogo • Update your federated search tools to target the new IEEE Xplore by mid 2010, more info to come. Notify onlinesupport@ieee.org if you are using these tools so we can provide updates.

  16. For more information, visit - http://www.ieee.org/newieeexplore Client Services Website - Tip Sheets – downloadable PDFs Instant Training Modules Promotional materials http://www.ieee.org/go/clientservices

  17. Introducing: IEEE Xplore MobileBETA http://m.ieeexplore.ieee.org/

  18. Thank You • Any access problem • Support@iingroups.com • Any training issues • Training@iingroups.com

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