Jun 30, 2009

New Content in IEEE Xplore

IEEE recently announced a partnership with the American Institute of Physics (AIP) and the AVS that brings AIP/AVS content to IEEE Xplore. NASA Glenn IEEE Xplore users will soon be able to browse and search five highly-cited applied physics journals within IEEE Xplore:
  • 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)
Full-text of all five journals, dating back to 1930, will be available with the upcoming release of the latest version of IEEE Xplore. Watch the Glenn Science & Engineering Library website for announcement of the availability of these journals.


Other enhancements include modifications to the PDF viewing banner which lets users know that access is being provided by their organization, giving it a smaller size and incorporating controls to allow users to close the banner. Also, IEEE Xplore Mobile (Beta) is now available. Users can now quickly access IEEE Xplore digital library articles from any web-enabled phone by simply visiting http://m.ieeexplore.ieee.org on your phone’s browser. IEEE Xplore Mobile (Beta) will allow you to:
  • Search IEEE Xplore on the g0
  • Retrieve the top 10 search results for your query along with full article abstracts
  • E-mail the individual results to yourself or your users
(Full-text is only available to NASA Glenn users at a NASA Glenn authenticated IP address.)

Please contact the Glenn Science & Engineering Library at 3-5762 for additional information or assistance.