Scopus is a citation index. This means that, if you find an article of interest, you can look at subsequent articles that have cited it.
It does not contain the full-text of articles, so you will need to use the Find it @ CSU links to locate full-text.
Scopus is a multi-subject database, covering health sciences, life sciences, physical sciences, and social sciences & humanities.
CSU Library also subscribes to the Web of Science Core Collection, which is an alternative citation index.
For individual help with using SCOPUS, please contact the Library or use the Ask a Librarian forum in the HLT330 subject i2 site.
When you get a results list in Scopus, one of the columns that displays is the Cited by. This shows the number of articles (indexed in Scopus) that have cited the article. Clicking on the number will display brief records of those citing articles.
The results list will, by default, be sorted by Date (Newest). You can use the drop-down menu to change the sort order to Cited by (highest) or Cited by (lowest).
You can use this feature of Scopus to:
In the screen-shot below, the search was for:
pregnan* W/4 imaging
the results have been sorted by Cited by (highest).
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