Find more results and uncover trends in your field through Scopus, a large abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature.
The UC Berkeley Library is now providing access to this tool covering fields of science, technology, medicine, social sciences and arts & humanities. More than half the content originates outside North America and the content includes journals, conferences, trade publications, and book series.
The database provides various ways to link to the full text of documents, including via UC-eLinks. Scopus offers several features including tools to track, analyze, and visualize your research. Download references into a number of reference managers.
You’ll find Scopus in OskiCat and the A-Z List of Databases.
Post contributed by Jean McKenzie, Acting AUL, Collections