Watch the ROI on your ScienceDirect subscriptions grow - and your users enjoy a better all-around experience - with new ScienceDirect browse page

With the vast quantities of scientific content available for review, users need the most efficient means possible to find a specific book or journal, or gain an overview of a distinct topic. Sometimes they just want to browse and discover content without a definite goal. Elsevier is addressing these varied researcher needs, as well as your efforts to improve the return on your ScienceDirect investment, by introducing new ScienceDirect browse page.

What is the evolution that has occurred

Elsevier has recently redesigned the ScienceDirect browse page to increase the discoverability of its publications while improving the overall browsing experience.

The usability of the ScienceDirect browse page has been optimized, with all available publications being listed in alphabetical order whilst allowing researchers to review content by three criteria: subject, access type and publication type.

New browse page features make a noticeable difference to your users

Given the focus of the redesign process, you should receive immediate and positive feedback from your users about the new browse page. Here are some of the features making their research more effective:

  • A modern, fully responsive design optimized for frequently used devices such as tablets and phones
  • Easier and faster use due to new prompts to the available filters for better responsiveness and enriched discovery
  • Improved publication search thanks to a new filter by journal or book title that increases browse efficiency

These before-and-after screen shots reveal the crisper design of the new browse page:

Journals and Books links
Fig.1: The previous ScienceDirect browse page
One person studying on the desk | Elsevier
Fig.2: The cleaner design of the new SD Tech browse page.

So take a look at the new browse page, and let us know what you think. From what we’ve heard so far, your users love the change! Also remember to bookmark the ScienceDirect Support Center for helpful tutorials and FAQs.