The Institute Launches a Mobile Edition

A user-friendly site for readers on the go

5 February 2014
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The Institute’s award-winning website is the one-stop destination for IEEE news, covering emerging technologies members are working on, conferences, standards, and more. To help make it easier for you to read our stories wherever you are and on whatever device you are using, we recently launched a mobile edition.

Now you can get all The Institute’s feature stories, blog posts, and multimedia right on your hand-held device. If you’ve accessed us before from say your smartphone, you’ll notice the stories are now easier to read and the multimedia features more convenient to view. Best of all, the mobile site is always up-to-date so that you never miss any important news. Take a look by visiting www.theinstitute.ieee.org on your device.

NAVIGATION
Once you arrive at The Institute, you can simply scroll to browse our latest content. To access one of the stories, just tap on the link. You also have the option to use the navigation button (found on the top right) where you’ll be able to choose which section you want to visit, such as Tech Focus, Benefits, Opinions, Region News, or Career & Education.

You can also click on our Archive page to browse older content by month and year. The Email Alert link will bring you to a page where you can sign up to receive the newsletter that features the most recent content posted, delivered to your email box twice a month.

If you have some time, check out the Multimedia page to watch a video or browse a slideshow related to one of our articles. Here you can select which type of media you’d like to view, or scroll down the list of the latest uploads.

IEEE SPECTRUM, TOO
Make sure you also visit IEEE Spectrum’s recently upgraded mobile site. There you’ll find several new features, including an upgraded navigation menu that helps users find stories based on topics of interest. You can also easily access articles from the current month’s issue or view archived editions. This site is now faster, and Flash is no longer required.

Stay tuned for more. In the future, both mobile editions will offer a section for comments and the ability to search. In the meantime, enjoy all the content IEEE has to offer, right on your device.

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