Increase information literacy with easy-to-read signals, including metrics and indicators, that help students identify trusted information sources.
Provide seamless access to cross-disciplinary content from anywhere, anytime and on any device.
Enhance student workflows with embedded content sources that complement other trusted sites and databases.
Teach students to understand the scholarly conversation of a topic through reference lists and cited articles.
A resource-rich, interdisciplinary discovery platform
Scopus helps students of all levels discover and evaluate scholarly articles, books, conference proceedings and authors in more than 240 disciplines and growing. Scopus supports curricula that cover historic, groundbreaking science (dating back to 1788) to the most current new and novel approaches in emerging disciplines.
Teach next-generation researchers
Support information literacy development and sharpen subject-specific and cross-disciplinary research skills with a tool that embeds easily into existing student workflows.
Enable students on the path to a research career
Visibility is crucial to any career in research, whether in academia, industry or government. Show students the power of collaboration, networking and career development with Scopus Author Profiles and metrics.
Support undergraduate and graduate students and PhD trainees to develop their careers and networks, and to showcase their expertise, through a robust author profile.
Train students to identify potential collaborators and mentors with citation views, saved lists, alerts and author analyses; then to map the career trajectories of field leaders to inform their own goals.
Encourage an understanding of research usage and impact with an array of document- and author-level metrics and indicators to inform funding, collaboration, publication, assessment and career development strategies.
Scopus provides unmatched content, data quality, search and analytical tools
Librarians and faculty members from leading academic institutions use Scopus to:
Increase information literacy for students and early career researchers with easy-to-read signals, including metrics and indicators
Demonstrate formal research project design and implementation, such as a systematic review
Guide researchers to discover, enhance and benefit from their own profile
Train researchers to identify potential collaborators and mentors with citation views, saved lists, alerts and robust author analyses
Build an understanding of research usage and impact with an array of document and author-level metrics and indicators
Read more stories about how Scopus can support academic success:
University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC): UNMC’s librarians encourage students and researchers to leverage Scopus(opens in new tab/window) at every stage of their career
University of California, Davis Health Care: Bruce Abbott, health librarian at UC Davis Health(opens in new tab/window), discusses his go-to database for systematic reviews
University of California, Irvine: UC Irvine and UCI Health are leveraging Scopus to monitor(opens in new tab/window), manage and measure research