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IEEE Xplore:
Remote Access
Hazman Aziz
IEEE Client Services Manager
h.abdulaziz@ieee.org | ieeexplore.ieee.org
Remote Access
Allows for remote mobile access to IEEE Xplore content
when users are off-campus
Can be set-up for multiple ...
Setting Up Remote Access
Sign in with personal IEEE account
Select Establish Remote Access to pair
mobile device
Refresh remote access every 90 days
Remote Access
This feature will be OFF by default. Libraries can have
this feature enabled by contacting Online Support (
...
Create a free personal account
8
Why use a IEEE Xplore Personal Account?
•Search preferences
•Set-up search and content al...
3-click process
– just fill out your
First Name, Last
Name, email
address,
password and two
security questions.
9
Personal Account Benefits
Search Preferences: Designate what you want to search and how you want
your search results displ...
Questions?
Hazman Aziz
Client Services Manager
Email: h.abdulaziz@ieee.org
Website:
http://www.ieee.org/go/clientservices
...
IEEE Xplore:
Remote Access
Hazman Aziz
IEEE Client Services Manager
h.abdulaziz@ieee.org | ieeexplore.ieee.org
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IEEE Remote Access is now an option for IP authenticated customers to offer roaming access to users who need to access the institutional IEEE Xplore subscription off-site. Users in participating institutions can use this new feature to access IEEE Xplore content on mobile devices when away from the office or a secure network, similar to VPN.

To take advantage of this feature, your users must be able to access an IP authenticated WiFi. Ask your librarian or administrator if your institution participates in Remote Access. For more information, visit IEEE Remote Access.

Note to Administrators: This feature is deactivated by default, please contact onlinesupport@ieee.org to enable Remote

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IEEE Xplore: Remote Access available for your library

  1. 1. IEEE Xplore: Remote Access Hazman Aziz IEEE Client Services Manager h.abdulaziz@ieee.org | ieeexplore.ieee.org
  2. 2. Remote Access Allows for remote mobile access to IEEE Xplore content when users are off-campus Can be set-up for multiple devices – laptop, tablet, phone Available for 90 days To initiate: Login to IEEE Xplore from within your institution’s IP range Sign In with a personal IEEE Account Select My Settings > Remote Access Libraries can have this feature enabled by contacting Online Support (onlinesupport@ieee.org)
  3. 3. Setting Up Remote Access
  4. 4. Sign in with personal IEEE account
  5. 5. Select Establish Remote Access to pair mobile device
  6. 6. Refresh remote access every 90 days
  7. 7. Remote Access This feature will be OFF by default. Libraries can have this feature enabled by contacting Online Support ( onlinesupport@ieee.org) Institution must have WiFi available to their users and have added the WiFi IP address to their IEEE account authentication There is no limit to the number of devices a user can pair, but each individual device and browser on the device will need to be paired uniquely User must create/use their IEEE personal account to pair device as well as use the subscription on the paired device
  8. 8. Create a free personal account 8 Why use a IEEE Xplore Personal Account? •Search preferences •Set-up search and content alerts •Use search history •Use new Collabratec networking site to store records and more…
  9. 9. 3-click process – just fill out your First Name, Last Name, email address, password and two security questions. 9
  10. 10. Personal Account Benefits Search Preferences: Designate what you want to search and how you want your search results displayed in IEEE Xplore by setting search preferences. Search History: Search history allows you to record your 50 most recent searches for later viewing and create more complex searches by combining searches. Turn on the search history recording feature in your preferences. Saved Search Alerts: Stay up-to-date with the latest research by saving your search. IEEE will notify you when new articles of interest are available. Change to Collabratec - My Projects: Create personal Research Collections to keep documents organized by project or topic within IEEE Xplore. Personalize with project descriptions, and add notes and tags to individual articles as you save them. Table of Contents Alerts: Sign up to receive an email when a new journal or magazine in your area of interest has been posted online with a link to the Table of Contents. 10
  11. 11. Questions? Hazman Aziz Client Services Manager Email: h.abdulaziz@ieee.org Website: http://www.ieee.org/go/clientservices Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IEEE-Client-Services- 683668814987366/ Technical & Training Support: training@ieee.org : onlinesupport@ieee.org Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/u/1/+HazmanAziz-ieee/
  12. 12. IEEE Xplore: Remote Access Hazman Aziz IEEE Client Services Manager h.abdulaziz@ieee.org | ieeexplore.ieee.org

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IEEE Remote Access is now an option for IP authenticated customers to offer roaming access to users who need to access the institutional IEEE Xplore subscription off-site. Users in participating institutions can use this new feature to access IEEE Xplore content on mobile devices when away from the office or a secure network, similar to VPN. To take advantage of this feature, your users must be able to access an IP authenticated WiFi. Ask your librarian or administrator if your institution participates in Remote Access. For more information, visit IEEE Remote Access. Note to Administrators: This feature is deactivated by default, please contact onlinesupport@ieee.org to enable Remote

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