UAH IEEE Xplore
The new IEEE Xplore is up and running, delivering a smarter research experience.
New interface — intuitive, easy-to-navigate
New search engine — faster and more robust
New facets — post-search refinements and enhancements
New personalization features — preferences, saved searches, alerts…and more
What else is new? See for yourself at www.ieee.org/ieeexplore
For off campus access visit the library website. Charger IEEE is the IEEE Student Branch of UAHuntsville. They compete in the annual IEEE SoutheastCon robotics competition, software competition and web design competition. The UAH Student Branch was instrumental in hosting SoutheastCon 2008 here in Huntsville. In addition to SoutheastCon, they also mentor junior students and host training sessions such as the UAH Advanced Charger Trainer. The UAH Student Branch also hosts frequent social activities such as camping and canoe trips.
IEEE is the world’s largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity.
UAHuntsville subscribes to numerous full-text databases each of which supports specific colleges including: Liberal Arts, Nursing, Business Administration, Engineering, and Science. The Library is privileged to provide access to many major online resources, including the Elsevier collection through Science Direct and Scopus, Springer, CINAHL, the IEEE collection through IEEExplore, ABI/Inform, Bloomberg Terminals, Academic Search Complete, and JSTOR (Journal Storage). The Library is also a member of several consortia that provide access to research materials not owned by libraries in north Alabama. Its membership in the OCLC and the Network of Alabama Academic Libraries (NAAL) facilitates rapid document delivery/interlibrary loan service to faculty, staff, and students without charge.
Reference services are provided by 6 reference librarians who are able assist students in finding information in-person, by email, phone, text message, chat, or Twitter. Group Library instruction sessions are provided to teach students how to locate, manage, and evaluate the information they need for class projects and papers. Other Library services include wireless access, federated searching across databases (EBSCO Discovery Service OneSearch), instant linking to the article level in most databases (LinkSource), Turnitin.com training (plagiarism), group study rooms, PC and Mac computers, a scanner workstation, a digital audio/video area, and special computer accommodations for users with disabilities. Printing is available in the InfoArcade and labs.
For additional information about the Library, inquire at the User Services Desk, (256) 824-6530, Reference Desk, (256) 824-6529, Interlibrary Loan, (256) 824-6124, Twitter @uahEref, SMS Text to (256) 286-2368, Email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The library home page is http://lib.uah.edu.