• This compilation is the complete collection of IEEE-USA's award-winning series of 24 individual narratives, written by successful women engineers and technologists. Member: FREE Non-Member: $19.99
  • The 2020 IEEE-USA Annual Report highlights IEEE-USA’s products, programs, services and activities during the year 2020, under the volunteer leadership of 2020 IEEE-USA President James Conrad. Member: FREE Non-Member: FREE
  • This e-book, the fourth in a series of engineering activities for the classroom, gives teachers a way to expose their students to robotics. Member: FREE Non-Member: $2.99
  • Authors: Dr. Abhishek Mahesh Appaji & Dr. Ramya Hariharan Quality research is a necessity to prepare ourselves for the surprises hidden in the future. It goes without saying that a focused, superior quality research culture is the need of the hour. In particular, the scope for improving and channelizing academic research in developing countries should be analyzed. This book presents the authors’ viewpoints on the different elements that should be considered to build a competitive academic research culture in developing countries. The chapters in this book focus on the various factors that play a critical role in paving the way for quality research. The authors have also attempted to identify the best practices to improve research culture through funding, publications and collaborations that would aid academic researchers, particularly in developing countries, in building a strong research organization. Member: FREE Non-Member: $2.99
  • In Volume 3 of his Engineering Activities for the Classroom series, author Harry T. Roman focuses on engineering. He includes many activities for younger grades (K-6), as well as for middle- and high-school students. Teachers can use the books in this series for developing lesson plans or assignments for students — both in class, or via distance learning. The books are designed to get young minds thinking about technology, engineering and invention. Member: FREE Non-Member: $2.99
  • The 2021 IEEE-USA Salary & Benefits Survey is the 34th compensation study IEEE-USA has published. This report provides timely information on current and long-term trends related to the income, salary and benefits of U.S. IEEE members. This information is critical for an accurate understanding of compensation practices in the profession, including how those practices impact individual technology professionals. Member: $125.00 Non-Member: $225.00
  • IEEE-USA has conducted surveys of the compensation of IEEE’s U.S. members since 1972. The findings in this report represent only those participants who were identified as self-employed consultants. This report provides the profile of typical, self-employed and independent technical consultants, including their education, experience, business practices, median earnings and hourly fee. The fee data this report provides will help you set an hourly rate that is competitive with your peers.
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  • This compilation is the sixth—and final one—in this award-winning IEEE-USA series of 24 individual narratives, written by successful women engineers and technologists. Member: FREE Non-Member: $9.99
  • Veteran educator Harry T. Roman’s exciting latest e-books offer teachers, students, and parents an educational series on engineering topics of timely interest for the classroom.  Teachers can use the activities in these books to develop lesson plans or assignments for students – to engage them in the classroom, or via distance learning they can do at home, with their parents, or by themselves. In the second volume of the series, Engineering Activities for the Classroom—Volume 2: Energy in Our World, the author takes a deep dive into how energy has an impact on our world every day. Having worked 36 years with a Fortune 500 combination electric and natural gas utility, and having practiced the fine art of conducting advanced energy R&D, Roman is no stranger to the subject matter. Further, he has come to recognize how teachers perceive it from a lesson plan standpoint. Member: FREE Non-Member: $2.99
  • The 2021 IEEE-USA Employment Survey was conducted to gain a better understanding of the problem of unemployment among U.S. IEEE members. More than 2,500 U.S. IEEE members who reported being unemployed during the 2020 membership year, as well as random sample of 4,000 Higher Grade IEEE in the United States, were surveyed. Member: FREE Non-Member: $9.99
  • In the second book of the IEEE-USA Career Transitioning series, author Dr. Robert Danielle takes a look at opportunity. He explores how taking a chance – instead of passing one up – can make all the difference in progressing along a successful career path. Dr. Danielle helps readers identify what might be an opportunity; gain a better understanding of one; and put themselves in a better position to make an informed go (or no-go) decision about pursuing it. Member: FREE Non-Member: $2.99
  • This new educational activities series deals with topics of timely interest. Teachers can use the activities contained within for developing lesson plans, or assignments for students—both in class, or via distance learning. Volume 1 focuses on Telecommunications and Computers. Author Harry T. Roman designed the activities in this book to get young minds thinking and asking questions. The union of communication and computer technologies has unleashed a huge potential challenge to our world, certainly affecting it for decades to come; and opening tremendous opportunities for beneficial changes. Traditional organizations will evolve in new ways. Schools and colleges will transform into new centers of learning. The workplace will definitely change; as well as local demographics and economic development, along with it. Member: FREE Non-Member: $2.99
  • In this final e-book of IEEE-USA’s Women in Engineering series, author Shelly Born explores why she chose to study Engineering; how she became an engineer; and how she overcame adversity along the pathways of both her career and personal life’s journeys. Coming from a strong family foundation, possessing a strong faith in God, and personal strength and courage propelled her ever forward.. Member: FREE Non-Member: $2.99
  • Problem solving is essential to engineering. Engineers are constantly on the lookout for a better way to do things. This last e-book of IEEE-USA's Critical Thinking Skills series engages with ten key approaches to problem solving. Member: FREE Non-Member: $2.99
  • According to a January 2018 report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average person changes jobs 10 to 15 times (with an average of 12 job changes) during their career. Many workers spend five years, or less, in every job, so they devote more time and energy transitioning from one job to another. To help put you on the right path, this book covers practical and successful strategies you can take in the very early stages of the career transitioning process. Dr. Danielle shares easy-to-use tactics and tools that will help you gain a deeper understanding of your strengths, gaps, opportunities and challenges — and how you can use such things to launch a successful career transition. The book also provides helpful tips and best practices to help the knowledge soak in. By taking a commonsense approach — developed with knowledge, experience and research, think of this book as a pre-planning tool — BEFORE you start writing a resume, or conducting a job search. Member: FREE Non-Member: $2.99
  • It is very important for students around the world, studying in secondary schools and universities, to understand the process of transforming an idea into a product. This book lays out the author's process of what you should do to take an early idea, and transform it into a product. Learning and research are the key ingredients. Member: FREE Non-Member: $2.99
  • Having spent her early life half way around the world and in a different culture, author Liang Xi Downey shares with readers the varied set of life and professional experiences on her path. Her college education was in electrical and electronics engineering, but Downey’s career has been much broader than that. She is also experienced in sales, marketing and business development; worked on business and investment strategies for start-ups; in companies with only a few employees; and for major companies, such as IBM and General Motors. Downey came to know IEEE in in the late 1980s, while studying at Tsinghua University in Beijing. She quickly learned that "IEEE" represented technical authority and professional prestige. Downey is very active in both the IEEE Technology Engineering Management Society (TEMS) and IEEE Women in Engineering (WIE). She has had leadership positions in both for some years, on a global level. Her involvement has led to such cutting-edge initiatives as the IEEE Blockchain Future Initiative, and the IEEE Humanitarian Technology Challenge. Member: FREE Non-Member: $9.99
  • IEEE-USA has conducted its annual salary survey of U.S. IEEE members since 1972. This special industry report summarizes salary data for IEEE members whose primary area of technical competence is in computers. Based on salary data collected for the IEEE-USA Salary and Benefits Survey Report – 2020 Edition. Member: $29.95 Non-Member: $129.95
  • IEEE-USA has conducted its annual salary survey of U.S. IEEE members since 1972. This special industry report summarizes salary data for IEEE members whose primary area of technical competence is in power & energy. Based on salary data collected for the IEEE-USA Salary and Benefits Survey Report – 2020 Edition. Member: $29.95 Non-Member: $129.95
  • IEEE-USA has conducted its annual salary survey of U.S. IEEE members since 1972. This special industry report summarizes salary data for IEEE members who are age 29 or younger. Based on salary data collected for the IEEE-USA Salary and Benefits Survey Report – 2020 Edition. Member: $29.95 Non-Member: $129.95
  • This book is about presenting electrical engineering information and activities in the classroom for students to use and ponder. Teachers and higher educators can use this book as part of the regular academic day; in conjunction with STEM/STEAM, or technology education classes; or even for after school clubs, or special academic projects. They can also supplement classroom discussions about electricity. The impact of electrical engineering accomplishments spans a wide array of our economy — from common electronic devices and electric power systems to renewable energy sources, to electromagnetic fields, to artificial intelligence. Let’s not forget robotic devices, space travel and electric vehicles — just a few electrical engineering application areas. This small volume attempts to create some broad-based familiarity with this form of engineering. Member: FREE Non-Member: $2.99
  • IEEE-USA has conducted surveys of the compensation of IEEE's U.S. members since 1972. The findings in this report represent only those participants who were identified as self-employed consultants. This report provides the profile of typical, self-employed and independent technical consultants, including their education, experience, business practices, median earnings and hourly fee. The fee data this report provides will help you set an hourly rate that is competitive with your peers. Member: $29.95 Non-Member: $49.95
  • The 2020 IEEE-USA Salary & Benefits Survey is the 33rd compensation study IEEE-USA has published. This report provides timely information on current and long-term trends related to the income, salary and benefits of U.S. IEEE members. This information is critical for an accurate understanding of compensation practices in the profession, including how those practices impact individual technology professionals. Member: $125.00 Non-Member: $225.00
  • To do R&D right, you must know where you are going and why; and what technologies you intend to use to get there. It is part of the strategic planning of a company, using its intellectual property and specialized knowledge to project its competitiveness out into future markets. R&D is the process that converts uncertainty into risk. It is technological due diligence. [icon name="file-pdf-o" class="" unprefixed_class=""] Read Sample Member: FREE Non-Member: $2.99
  • This e-book series, and this compilation of e-books, highlights the careers and accomplishments of women engineers. It demonstrates the challenges women face, and have faced, to have a career in engineering. As a profession, we need to encourage more women to pursue careers in technology--and bring their perspectives to the development of products engineers bring forward. We also need to develop the resources to assist them in progressing in their careers, while achieving a balanced life. The latter is something all engineers need to focus on, considering not just their work in technology, but also their families and communities. Member: FREE Non-Member: $9.99
  • In this fourth e-book in the series, we build upon our work thus far, by examining open-mindedness. To think critically, you need to be able to put aside any pre-conceived notions, assumptions, or judgments — and simply analyze the information you have. As Christopher Dwyer, Ph.D., at the National University of Ireland, states: "Open-mindedness is about being open to changing your mind, in light of new evidence." In this e-book, we will dive into each of the following areas that collectively contribute to open-mindedness: Overcoming cultural bias; Objectivity; Humility; Inclusivity; Observation; and Reflection. Member: FREE Non-Member: $4.99
  • If your company has a Speakers Bureau, seriously consider joining it. If none exists, consider starting one. The benefits are very real for you, and for your company. Veteran author and educator, Harry T. Roman’s informative and useful new e-book reveals how joining your company’s Speakers Bureau can enhance your career, and increase your value to your employer. Member: FREE Non-Member: $2.99
  • People in the profession often consider creativity the core of engineering — because from creativity, engineers devise unique solutions to society’s challenges. In his third e-book of IEEE-USA’s Critical Thinking Skills for Engineers series, author Sridhar Ramanathan builds further upon critical thinking, by exploring creative approaches for both individuals and groups.  Don’t just take his word for it. The World Economic Forum moved Creativity up from #10 to #3 in its ranking of important attributes required for jobs of the future. LinkedIn’s Learning Study ranked Creativity #1 in its poll of critical job skills.

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  • Author Pamela Cosman is passionate about more girls choosing STEM for their career path—especially engineering. This e-book is meant for young women going into STEM, and for parents of girls who may be thinking about STEM, as well as those not thinking about it. Social science research on gender in STEM is a great deal richer and deeper than it was 40 years ago, and author Pamela Cosman wants to offer up some of her own experiences as a female engineer; and what she has learned from reading research papers, as well as from her own research. It amounts to a great deal of accumulated understanding the author hopes can be useful for STEM girls starting on their educational and career pathways, and for their parents. [icon name="file-pdf-o" class="" unprefixed_class=""] Read Sample Member: FREE Non-Member: $9.99
  • We live in an era of unprecedented change. Scientific progress is accelerating; and we are at an important tipping point — one where it is no longer possible for any single person to have a grasp of all the latest developments in any major industry. Every major outcome in the history of our species has been the product of cooperation.  In fact, all human endeavor has, and is, becoming collaborative — as we move toward a fully connected, interdependent world.

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  • The 2019 IEEE-USA Employment Survey was conducted to gain a better understanding of the problem of unemployment among U.S. IEEE members. Nearly 2,000 U.S. IEEE members who reported being unemployed during 2019 were surveyed, using a self-administered, online questionnaire. Member: $7.99 Non-Member: $9.99
  • Holy Superheroes! Move over Thor! Skedaddle Spider Woman! A new duo of superheroes is in town, ready to do battle with the Forces of Evil – as IEEE-USA introduces its first comic book with electrical engineering superheroes. Complete with death rays, circuit boards, miniaturization, bionic prosthetics, time travel, and much more. All this technology – real and fantasy – is designed to help fuel imaginations and to stimulate readers’ creativity – no matter their ages. Much like other superhero comic books, The Slate Twins: Caught in the Currents also offers the benefits of stress reduction, social representation and intellectual stimulation– for all age groups. PRINT REQUESTS – A limited number of print copies are available free for distribution at schools, conferences, meetings, and other events. Please contact Georgia Stelluto and Marnie James at g.stelluto@ieee.org and m.c.james@ieee.org with your request.

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  • Leadership is the strategic force that provides team members with turbocharge for a productive and exciting mission—the “catalyst” around which team members rally and contribute. It should be a joyous thing to serve on a team, not drudgery. Following a caring leader is an experience for team members to emulate and remember fondly. Trust and leadership are the heart and soul of any project team.

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  • In this short volume, author Harry T. Roman encourages all engineers to bring their ideas and accomplishments to the public forum -- to enrich their engineering heritage. He discusses why publishing and speaking about your work is so important to your career. Roman’s original corporate mentors, all IEEE Fellows, often reminded him: If you worked hard to develop something, then sign your name to it, and present it. Be proud of your work. [icon name="file-pdf-o" class="" unprefixed_class=""] Read Sample Member: FREE Non-Member: $3.99
  • Anyone who has ever wondered about how to find a job, change jobs, get better projects or assignments, manage time, make decisions, gain better work-life balance, or build better relationships at work could benefit from mentoring. And this list does not include all the possible ways a mentor can help. At some point (usually multiple points) in our careers, everyone needs guidance, advice, new skills, or re-directing. That is, we need a mentor. [icon name="file-pdf-o" class="" unprefixed_class=""] Read Sample Member: FREE Non-Member: $3.99
  • Pitching is a special kind of public speaking. It requires bravery to stand in front of powerful people and propose something new. Pitching is about stripping down your idea to its barest essentials; and then selling it with conviction, passion and commitment. Author and educator Harry T. Roman wrote this short volume to provide readers some perspective and valuable insights into giving an effective “pitch.” [icon name="file-pdf-o" class="" unprefixed_class=""] Read Sample Member: FREE Non-Member: $4.99

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