The IEEE Resource Centers contain valuable, peer-reviewed technical content from reputable experts to enhance research or industry work, implement trainings, or earn CEU/PDH credits—all of which are universally available on demand. 

IEEE Resource Centers benefits include:

  • Access to valuable IEEE Society and technical community content
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  • Valuable, peer-reviewed technical products available at little or no cost
  • Opportunities to earn CEUs and PDHs
  • Enhanced value of IEEE Society membership
  • Most technical content available at no cost for Society members from their respective Resource Center

Prior to the establishment of the IEEE Resource Centers, many IEEE members, industry experts, and the global technical community at large did not have easy access to this valuable technical content. Now, all of this valuable content is accessible to everyone through the IEEE Resource Centers. IEEE Society members can access most content from their respective Resource Centers at no cost while IEEE members and all members of the global technical community can access content at low cost. 

There are also low-cost options for organizational-wide access to a select group of Resource Centers. Enhance your technical training program by securing an Institutional Subscription for your organization. Find more information about Resource Center Institutional Subscriptions and Training.

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Easily search over 15,000 IEEE technical resources including conference content, educational videos, webinars, white papers, slide decks, technical presentations, tutorials, and more. All are available through the IEEE Resource Centers on demand, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to enable anyone in the global community the opportunity to increase their technical knowledge and earn continuing education credits (CEUs/PDHs).

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Resources are published through topic-specific Resource Centers and hosted by specific IEEE Societies, technical communities, and councils. Through the Resource Centers, IEEE enables anyone to access valuable content with an easy-to-use global portal. IEEE members get discounts on many resources, and Society members get almost all resources from their Resource Center for free. Find your Resource Center and join a Society if you are looking for a cost-effective way to secure a large set of on-demand educational materials in your technical area.
 
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NERC and IEEE are working together to proactively explore and better understand the implications of potential low fault current and short circuit strength conditions on the BPS. This report covers the various aspects of low fault current conditions and how to accommodate a changing resource mix, with the goal of identifying solutions to these potential conditions to better equip utility engineers in the future.
 

Modern Grid Design Standards Driving
Smart Grid Implementation

This course is aimed at practitioners in the construction industry, regulators, and contractors who want to understand the impact on grid modernization of electrification, renewables, and other changes happening to the environment that the electric grid supports. Discussion will include the history of how the current design standards (and drawings) were arrived at, the changes in issues and their direct impact on design standards, and recommendations for updating those standards.

 

Slide reads What is a Utility Design Standard?

Webinar details. On-Chip Epilepsy Detection Where Machine Learning Meets Personalized Wearable Healthcare.
 
Epilepsy detection and treatment can be challenging, especially for infants/children, necessitating the development of a personalized symptom detection device. Learn more about the design strategies of a patient-specific epilepsy detection System-on-Chip (SoC), including the difficulties and potential solutions to wearable interface circuit design.

Low-cost training for your organization

Add extensive training to your institution without adding overhead. In addition to offering institutional subscriptions to Resource Centers, IEEE can provide custom, complete, end-to-end training programs for organizations.  

The IEEE Resource Centers provide:

  • Fully customized training for a team, department, college, or an entire organization
  • Unlimited access to all on-demand resources in an IEEE Society
  • Educational credit opportunities for working engineers to meet their continuing education requirements and/or maintain their professional licenses

 

Earn CEU and PDH credits

Educational credits are required in many industries for continuing education purposes or to earn and maintain professional licenses and certifications. Enhance your resume and/or earn your required CEUs or PDHs through valuable training resources that will bring you up-to-date on the latest technology and best practices. These courses provide documented CEU and PDH educational credits that can be shared with your institution and management.