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Databases: Scopus


Search Scopus

Scopus is a multidisciplinary database and includes topics relevant to your subject. 

The following tutorials on using the Scopus Database can be found on the Scopus Help Site

  • Searching for Documents This tutorial demonstrates how to run a basic search for documents using key terms. You will learn how to create a search, make your searches more specific, and work with previous searches.
  • Creating alerts and using Scopus Settings This tutorial shows you how to create and manage alerts so you can be notified of new documents available on Scopus. You will also learn how to save and rerun searches, and use features on the settings page.
  • Searching for Authors This tutorial demonstrates how to find publications for a specific author and set up an alert to follow an author. You will also learn how to provide feedback on author details and create an author group.
  • Reviewing Search Results This tutorial demonstrates how to work with the many features available when viewing your search results, including how to refine the list to just the documents you need. You will also learn how to  set up search alerts, and to view individual documents.

Important Information for accessing Scopus from off-campus: