Boost productivity with an enhanced research workflow
Increase productivity by ensuring your researchers can build their knowledge and stay current in areas of interest. Elsevier offers high-quality, multidisciplinary literature and data, researcher and affiliation profiles, and a full range of informetrics, together with tools that facilitate search, discovery, information management and collaboration. Our goal is to reduce barriers to making and sharing discoveries while supporting you in making an impact within your field. Discover the Elsevier solutions that help you conduct and disseminate research.
Researchers use Scopus to efficiently find the most relevant, curated and up-to-date research in their fields. Scopus also provides researchers with an array of metrics and indicators, including traditional and alternative metrics, to support assessments of journals, articles and authors.
Mendeley Data supports the storage, sharing, publication with a unique DOI and discovery of research data. This ensures that other researchers can find, use and cite data following the FAIR data principles.
Discover, assess and read high-quality, full-text research with ScienceDirect. With access to a wide range of journals and books in a single platform, readers can easily find the latest research and foundational knowledge. ScienceDirect also supports seamless knowledge building with thousands of topic pages that orient researchers on unfamiliar concepts and terms.
Mendeley is a free reference manager and academic social network that serves as an information system to support research. It can help researchers discover, access, store, manage and share references and research data, collaborate with others online, showcase their latest research, find funding, and identify career opportunities.
SSRN is an open access resource where scholars freely discover, share and collaborate with fellow researchers about early stage research before peer-review publication. SSRN’s First Look program is a partnership between SSRN and some of the world’s most prominent journals. Originating with social sciences, SSRN has branched out to many science disciplines.
University of Johannesburg
A university uses Scopus, SciVal and ScienceDirect to anticipate the challenges, disruptions and opportunities of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals, NHS Trust
A librarian leverages Mendeley in networking and training, including supporting research groups with tools for virtual collaborations.
Students reported a dramatically enhanced understanding and comfort level when conducting web-based research using ScienceDirect Topics.