The library is pleased to announce that we now have access to the Scopus database.
Scopus is the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed journals, books and conference proceedings. It has over 55 million records and covers all subjects areas including science, technology, medicine, social sciences, and arts and humanities.
To access Scopus please go to the library’s database list and log in with your RGU username and password when prompted.
If a pop-up box appears asking if you want to log in or register simply click to continue as a guest and you will be logged in as an RGU student or member of staff and be able to search Scopus. If you would like to be able to create alerts, save searches etc, then you can register and create a personal account.
Finally please note Scopus is an abstract/citation only database, to find out if RGU can give access to any of the material on Scopus simply click the Full Text @ RGU link under each result:
And you will get information about if RGU can provide access to that item.
The trial of Scopus, that began at the start of the month, comes to an end on the 31st March 2018.
We hope you found it interesting and useful and would be interested in any feedback you have about the database.
Please send any feedback you have to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Library is pleased to announce that we are running a trial of the Scopus database until the 31st March 2018.
Scopus is the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature and it covers scientific journals, books and conference proceedings in science, technology, social sciences, medicine, and arts and humanities.
You can access the database by going to the library A-Z list of databases, following the Scopus (Trial Access) link, and logging in with your username and password if prompted.
On campus you can also go directly to http://www.scopus.com.
Once at the database you can search for documents, authors or affiliations and this website gives you some videos about using the site.
Please note Scopus does not have Full Text documents but you can follow the Full Text @ RGU option to see if RGU has access to the journal. If we do you’ll get a link to the electronic journal or be told about the print holdings.