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Meet the CSAB: Professor & Subject Chair Henry Wai-chung Yeung

on Wed, 06/05/2024 - 15:22

This is the  latest article in a series on the Scopus blog, featuring the Scopus Content Selection and Advisory Board (CSAB). The CSAB is an international and editorially independent group of scientists, researchers and librarians who represent the major scientific disciplines. Using strict title selection criteria, these experts determine whether journals are eligible for indexing in Scopus, and they continually re-evaluate these titles to make sure quality is maintained.  

Throughout this

CiteScore 2023: A comprehensive, clear and current metric for journal impact

on Wed, 06/05/2024 - 14:59

Introduction: We are thrilled to announce the upcoming release of CiteScore 2023, a powerful metric that provides transparent insights into journal citation impact.

Developed by the International Center for the Study of Research (ICSR) team, CiteScore offers a fairer and more comprehensive assessment of a journal's research-based contributions.

Scopus AI Release: May 2024

on Tue, 05/07/2024 - 19:29

The academic community was closely involved in designing and rigorously testing Scopus AI, and members continue to shape its future; for example, via user testing and in-product feedback. Since Scopus AI’s launch in 2024, we’ve tapped into community feedback to introduce the following features:

  • Concept map relationships
  • New SML reranker
  • Reflection layer
  • Export to SciVal

Concept map relationships: The Concept map has been updated so that when a user clicks on a node, it will explain how the node

Enhancements to Citation Overview on Scopus

on Mon, 04/29/2024 - 13:34

We're thrilled to announce some significant changes coming to Scopus, specifically to the Citation Overview feature! These changes are designed to enhance your experience and the quality of data analysis.  The redesign is part of our ongoing efforts to support Scopus users in conducting citation analysis. 

What's New? 

This redesign was based on user feedback and resulting in improvements in data quality, user experience, performance, and


ACRL Webinar - Unlocking Insights with Generative AI: How to Enhance Research Efficiency in the Library

on Mon, 04/22/2024 - 12:43

Unlocking Insights with Generative AI: How to Enhance Research Efficiency in the Library  

We hope that you can join us for this exclusive Choice 360 webinar, hosted by ACRL: 

The Webinar is scheduled for Thursday, May 16 at 1:00pm EST

Click here to register for this webinar

As Generative AI tools gain prominence, librarians play a pivotal role in assessing their impact. Elsevier introduces Scopus AI, a solution designed for the academic community:

Trusted Content: draws from curated

Changes to Scopus Open Access (OA) document tagging

on Thu, 03/28/2024 - 14:46

In December 2020, Scopus introduced Open Access (OA) filters, providing greater clarity on the type of OA options for a given search results list. With this feature Scopus users could see OA Gold, Hybrid-Gold, Bronze or Green status per document. The Scopus advanced search page was also updated to allow users to build custom queries to include these OA statuses.

A.T. Still University Scopus and Digital Commons case study now available!

on Thu, 03/21/2024 - 17:19

Our latest case study focuses on how A.T. Still University (ATSU) leveraged Scopus and Digital Commons contribute to institutional research goals.  The university is using Elsevier solutions to bridging gaps in the library's support for areas critical to the university’s research strategy, including reputation building and open access.

Founded in 1892 as the world's first osteopathic institution, ATSU has a rich history of healthcare