is available via e-resources
on the UWS Library homepage. It contains citations from over 15, 000 peer reviewed journals from more than 4,000 international publishers. Coverage contains Open Access journals, conference proceedings, trade publications and book series. Content includes scientific, technical, medical and social science literature. References date back to 1996. A limited number of book citations are available in Scopus.
enables an individual article to be located and all subsequent citations of that article in Scopus to be listed. The Cited Reference Searching Tutorial
on the Scopus website is useful for further assistance.
Individual records can be imported into bibliographic software management tools (RefWorks or EndNote). From within the record click on the output tab and follow the prompts.
enables an individual author to be searched, all articles published by that author in Scopus to be located and all subsequent citations of those articles to be listed. Limits can be set for such things as publication, year, publication type and subject area. Once the intended author is located click into the
Details link then
to retrieve citation data associated with that author, or from the Results toolbar tick the relevant box then click on
The author's h-index is also available via this link.
Scopus has produced a very useful guide titled Using Scopus for Bibliometric Analysis: A Practical Guide , reproduced with permission.
Scopus Alert Services
A citation alert can be set up to notify a user when a particular article is cited. Whenever the article is cited in Scopus an email notification will be sent.
An author alert can be set up to notify a user when a new article by that author is indexed in Scopus. Limiting the search using the author's affiliation is the most efficient way to conduct this search. Whenever an article by that author is indexed in Scopus an email notification will be sent.
is required for these alert services.
For further assistance with any Scopus products visit the tutorial menu
on the Scopus website.
For further information contact the Research Services Librarian