Site name: IEEE Smart Village Site URL:  https://smartvillage.ieee.org/ Site launch date: 14 February 2019 Site purpose: The IEEE Smart Village website is the primary public facing communications tool for this IEEE Foundation Signature Initiative. The team had several objectives with the re-design. The first was a modern look to attract and inform a broad cross-section […]

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  Site name: IEEE Author Center Site URL: http://conferences.ieeeauthorcenter.ieee.org/ Site purpose: The recently launched IEEE Author Center website includes a new conferences section. This new section provides an easy way for authors to find the best conference to showcase their work in addition to sharing best practices and guidance on how to become a conference […]

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Site name: IEEE eXpress Conference Publishing Site URL: https://ieeeexpressconferencepublishing.ieee.org/ Site purpose: IEEE eXpress Conference Publishing (eCP) is an in-house publishing service that works with IEEE conferences to produce quality conference proceedings—the published collection of technical papers accepted for presentation at a conference. The new IEEE eXpress Conference publishing website highlights these conference publishing services through […]

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Site name: IEEE TryEngineering Site URL:  https://tryengineering.org Site purpose: The IEEE TryEngineering website was re-launched recently. TryEngineering aims to empower educators to foster the next generation of technology innovators. The site provides educators and students with resources, lesson plans, and activities that engage and inspire. How does this affect the IEEE digital presence? The digital experience […]

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  In October of 2018, Google announced that it would sunset the consumer version of the Google+ (Google Plus) social media platform. Enterprise customers using Google+ within companies through G Suite will continued to be supported and Google will be launching new features purpose-built for businesses. Now Google has released details on how the consumer […]

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The IEEE Digital Presence Database (DPDB) is a repository of ownership and technical information about IEEE web properties and social media sites. The purpose of collecting this information is to aid in preventing inappropriate usage, protecting IEEE brand(s) from infringement, reputation management, and to avoid IEEE-related websites becoming inaccessible due to loss of domain ownership […]

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Update required for demographic question in surveys and forms Currently, various applications and registration processes at IEEE are requiring users to identify their gender as either “Male” or “Female” when submitting a form or survey response. Based on best practices, IEEE digital publishers need to standardize this demographic question and ensure that it is not required […]

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