Q. How do I use IEEE Xplore Digital Library?
IEEE Xplore Digital Library provides access to articles and papers on computer science, electrical engineering and electronics. The database mainly covers material from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the Institution of Engineering and Technology. Manhattan College subscribes to the IEEE All-Society Periodicals Package, IEEE-Wiley eBooks Library, and Bell Labs Technical Journal.
You can find IEEE in the database list by selecting any of the engineering subjects in the subject dropdown or sorting it alphabetically to the letter I.
You can also access it through the link here, and if you are planning to access it while off-campus, please bookmark that link as it includes the proxy server to let you log in as a Manhattan College library patron.
From the IEE advanced search page, you can select what kind of publication you are looking for sources in, what kind of content you'd like to find, and when it was published. This is useful if you want to search for what the database has about a certain subject. The tab marked Citation Search is useful if you are looking for a specific article that you already have a DOI or other information for, such as title, author and journal.
On the search results page you can narrow down your results further by searching for and selecting different authors, affiliations and publication titles. Items with the blue closed lock next to them you can search for in our collection by clicking on the link below the lock marked Find in Library. Items with a green open lock next to them you can read by clicking on the pdf link below the article.