IEEE, the world’s largest technical professional organisation advancing technology for humanity, has announced that the IEEE Xplore® digital library, one of the world’s largest collections of technical literature in engineering, computer science, and related technologies, has reached a new milestone with 5 million documents now available in its vast repository.
Authors from all regions of the world in both academia and industry increasingly choose IEEE to publish their research, ensuring that the latest content in emerging technologies is delivered to IEEE Xplore users.
Also helping drive growth is the addition of IEEE Xplore's new Open Access options for authors. IEEE Xplore continues to provide more options and choices to support the work and needs of all authors and researchers, whether they prefer to publish in traditional subscription journals or open access journals.
The IEEE Xplore online collection includes content from approximately 200 IEEE journals and magazines, over 1,800 annual conferences, more than 1,200 active technology standards, 400 elearning courses and 4,000 ebooks. The IEEE Xplore digital library publishes approximately 20,000 new articles each month and has over 5 million unique monthly users worldwide. IEEE has also developed publisher partnerships to enable users to find other relevant high-quality content within IEEE Xplore to help fulfill their needs, now offering nearly half a million documents from other leading publishers.
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