IEEEXplore & Beyond in 7 weeks.
A series of 7-session webinar to facilitate your exploration of scientific research and technicalcommunication, from basic IEEE Xplore searching to publishing with IEEE, career development and more.
Upcoming Live Webinars
IEEEXplore & Beyond in 7 weeks.
How Drugs Really Get Into Cells: Why Passive Bilayer Diffusion is a Myth.
You will learn how drugs REALLY get into cells (it is not as the textbooks describe it). Biology – the nature and distribution of transporters – and not physical chemistry (lipophilicity, log P and the like) explains it. And the Phospholipid Bilayer Transport (in real cells) is negligible (PBIN).
Webinars On-Demand by category
Engineering, Technology, and Professional Development Webinars
IEEE Virtual Tech Talk: Student & Child Data Privacy
In the U.S. alone, over 50 million students are quarantined at home. Parents and children are navigating online instruction and working remotely amid the unprecedented global pandemic. In this virtual panel session with IEEE Standards Association, learn what you can do to support safe, healthy, and effective online interactions.
IEEE Virtual Tech Talk: Personal Digital Twins
In this virtual panel session with IEEE Future Directions, our speakers address the potential usefulness of digital twins in the context of today’s world—specifically related to epidemic alerts, monitoring, and containment. The panel session also addresses sensitive issues surrounding the technology such as the stigma around the use of personal digital twins and how it may affect our privacy.
Discover Techniques and the End-to-End System of 5G Networks
As LTE technology evolves toward 5G, it’s vital for technical professionals and industry leaders to understand how to deliver on the 5G vision and meet consumer demand for higher communication speeds. Presented by experts from Nokia and the IEEE 802.11 Working Group, this webinar highlights 5G performance requirements, future scenarios, and implementation.
Higher Education/University Webinars
Helping Students Learn via Online Delivery: Considerations for Pandemic Pedagogy
As instructors, a quick shift to online teaching means a myriad of concerns—from technical to pedagogical. However, little attention has been spent helping students shift to becoming better online learners. This webinar outlines considerations for easing the switch to online learning modalities and constructing productive ways for students to learn in these unusual circumstances.
Online Delivery of Engineering Programs: Tips You Can Use From an Experienced ABET-Accredited Program
In 2013, Arizona State University’s Electrical Engineering program became the first bachelor’s level ABET-accredited engineering program to be available 100% online. In this webinar, Director of the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering Stephen Phillips discusses online delivery strategies and techniques for faculty.
Using eLearning to Support Distance Learning
At IEEE, we know that faculty at many universities are suddenly being asked to offer courses exclusively online. As you plan to adapt your engineering and computer science curriculum for a distance learning environment, eLearning courses can be valuable tools to supplement instruction and engage students. In this free webinar, our speakers share tips and techniques that can help you supplement your curriculum and keep students learning.