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IEEE Xplore Digital Library Guide

Overview of a key engineering database with focus on the elements available to the Baylor community.

When and why would you want to use this database?

Start here when you want to find current, reliable, and authoritative information in the fields of computer science, electrical engineering, electronics, signal processing and analysis, power and energy, photonics and electro-optics, and other allied disciplines. 

Contents include journals, conference proceedings, technical standards, e-books, and educational courses published by IEEE and partner organizations since 1872. 

Not everything in this database is full text. DO NOT PANIC!! You can try looking for the full text in OneSearch, and if that doesn't work, our OsoFast interlibrary loan service is an excellent way to get them quickly and for free (usually).

To access the IEEE Xplore Digital Library, you may do one of the following:

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