by Sarah Berry
The Rohrbach Library is pleased to announce the addition of the Scopus, the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature, from scientific journals to conference proceedings.
An extensive multidisciplinary database, Scopus provides students and faculty access to over 21,000 titles, 7.2 million conference papers, and over 130,000 books from 5,000 publishers worldwide. Additionally, the database features tools for tracking, analyzing, and visualizing research.
With these tools, users can analyze their search results, providing them a unique insight into their search results or into a specific work.
For example, a user may select to analyze the search results by author to discover which authors are actively publishing and/or researching their work. In turn, users can decide to “follow” or even contact these individuals. To learn about more ways to analyze your search results, click here.