This section contains examples that supplement the video tutorial examples.
The best way to get to a specific database is to use the Databases by Title hyperlink.
Be sure to use the UA Libraries Catalog or Web site to use the proxy server or OhioLINK authentication. Go to a definition of a proxy server. opens new window
You can always use the settings dropdown and select "What can I access" to find out what is available from IEEE Xplore. opens new window
IEEE Xplore contains full text of
to name a few. You can download full text of IEEE standards including
but not draft standards.
There are packages that we cannot download full text through IEEE Xplore, but we might have full text download available elsewhere. Be sure to search the catalog and the e-journal hyperlink on the University Libraries Web page. opens new window Seek the volume and year that you want.
Learn how to use the advanced search function for more precision when searching for articles on your topic. A transcript can be found on YouTube.
Note: Select 720p from settings button if possible.
Is the video not visible? Check your browser compatibility. opens new window If your browser is compatible, try the video, How to Use Advanced Search in IEEE Xplore, on YouTube. opens new window
Seek information about very large scale integration and robotics by
There is an icon (unlocked) that indicates that the article is included in our digital subscription. We can download A configurable VLSI chip for DC motor control for compact, low-current robotic systems. opens new window
We can't download "A Systematic Method for Configuring VLSI Networks of Spiking Neurons." This record has a locked icon and IEEE directs you to sign in and pay for the article; however, the article is available for download, just not from IEEE Xplore. We can check Full Text Finder for more information by selecting the button. The article can be downloaded from EBSCO. Even if we didn't have the article somewhere else, you could always use interlibrary loan. Don't buy the article!
Let’s say there are too many results for your search:
There are several options to remove some irrelevant results.
If you were interested in aerospace applications, you could add the term aerospace to the search by using the Search within results textbox. Keep in mind that if the term aerospace is not in the title, abstract, keywords, etc., it will not appear in the results set. The document could have information about aerospace applications, but the author doesn’t use the term aerospace.
To add the term, type aerospace in the textbox and select the search within results button.
When the author button is expanded, a textbox appears where an author name can be entered. Using this textbox is very helpful because sometimes there are variations in author names and this textbox can help you find more articles by the author in IEEE Xplore.
For this example,
There is an entry Chris Gerada and C. Gerada. These could be the same author.