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IEEE Standards in Interactive HTML Now Available in IEEE Xplore®

19 May 2016 - IEEE Xplore Digital Library subscribers now have access to over 1,000 IEEE standards in HTML format, for a more engaging and interactive reading experience. IEEE, the world’s largest technical professional organization advancing technology for the benefit of humanity, is one of the first publishers to make its extensive collection of technical standards documents available in interactive HTML, the latest in a series of updates to continually enhance and improve the IEEE Xplore user experience.

“With the new interactive HTML standards, users will find it much easier to navigate standards documents for the information they need, said Prakash Bellur, IEEE Senior Director of Platform Design." This latest update further enhances the value of IEEE Xplore by making it easier to find and use IEEE technical information, saving users and their organizations valuable time and effort."

The new interactive HTML standards documents allow users to:

  • Quickly scan the pertinent components of a standards document
  • View a mini gallery of the figures, tables and any multimedia in a standard
  • Explore the evolution and history of a standard in an intuitive and visual way
  • Navigate long documents via a mini table of contents and floating navigation panel
  • Search within a standard to quickly get to a specific page, section, or sentence
  • More easily read standards documents on tablets and smartphones
  • Make it easier and faster to find the technical information they are looking for 
All IEEE standards documents will also continue to be available as traditional, downloadable PDFs.

With nearly 1,300 active standards and a pipeline of new standards under development, IEEE is a leading standards development organization (SDO) in a broad range of technologies. The new HTML standards bring added value to IEEE Xplore subscribers by enabling a more convenient and engaging reading experience to save time and help drive their innovations.

 

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