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Science Honours: Searching in Scopus

Introduction to Scopus

Scopus is an example of a citation index because each article record includes a list of citing articles. This means that if you find an article of interest you can look at subsequent articles that have cited it. You can find important articles on a topic, and follow research paths.

This database does not contain the full-text of articles, so you will need to click on the  Find it                      links to access the full-text in another of our databases.

Scopus is a multi-subject database, it covers: medicine, dentistry, nursing, veterinary science, and the health professions - as well as the life sciences, physical sciences, and social sciences & humanities. 

CSU Library also subscribes to the Web of Science Core Collection, as an alternative citation index.

Searching in Scopus

For a full list of how to search Scopus see the Scopus Training Video Playlist

Scopus - help

The Scopus help screens and online tutorials are available at Scopus Help page.

For individual help with using Scopus, please contact the Library.

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