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Sciences and Technology Database Help: Scopus

A collection of videos and help guides on commonly used databases in the Sciences and Technology faculties.

Scopus

Scopus Video Tutorials

Searching for Documents

This tutorial shows you how to run a basic search for documents using key terms. You will learn how to create a search, make your searches more specific, and work with previous searches.

Searching for Authors

This tutorial shows you how to find publications for a specific author and set up an alert to follow an author. You will also learn how to provide feedback on author details and create an author group.

Reviewing Search Results

This tutorial shows you how to work with the many features available when viewing your search results, including how to refine the list to just the documents you need. You will also learn how to set up search alerts, and to view individual documents.

 

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