Skip directly to content

d.feldner@elsevier.com's blog

Times Higher Education 2023 World Rankings Released

on Tue, 10/11/2022 - 21:53

Time Higher Education (THE) released their 2023 World University Rankings today.  Click here to visit the THE World University Rankings site.   Elsevier is a proud partner of Times Higher Education, supplying the bibliometric dataset based on Scopus data for the 2023 THE World University Rankings.  If you have ever wondered how Scopus data is used in the rankings methodology, keep reading and take time to look at the resources shared below. 

Scopus data is used for only part of the overall THE

Release Date: 
October 12 2022

Improved Scopus Export is ready to test drive

on Mon, 10/03/2022 - 22:41

The ability to export records from Scopus has always been an important Scopus feature.  You can export Scopus records into reference managers such as Mendeley, RefWorks, EndNote and Zotero . SciVal users can export directly from Scopus for easy creation of datasets for analysis. Additional export formats such as plain text and CSV allow Scopus data to be used in desktop software such as Excel or institutional information systems.

Release Date: 
October 4 2022

Try the redesigned Scopus Search Results Page!

on Wed, 08/17/2022 - 20:43

As part of our mission to improve user ease of use, we have redesigned the Scopus Search Results page.  The redesigned page was driven by user feedback and includes:

  • Search functionality on the search result page itself
  • User-friendly filters/facets and customized different views on how the results are displayed
  • An aesthetically pleasing and intuitive page layout

Trying the new page is easy

To try the new page, perform a Scopus search and click on the “Try the test version” button at the banner

Release Date: 
August 17 2022

What can I expect after submitting a Scopus Missing Content or Data Correction request?

on Mon, 06/20/2022 - 19:49

When an author, or their proxy submits a correction request to the Scopus Content Service Desk, it can feel a little like a black box.  We’ve clarified the process and timelines around the three biggest types of correction requests:

  • missing documents
  • inaccurate author profile details
  • missing content within documents.

When a request is submitted, it is sent to the appropriate Elsevier expert for review.

Release Date: 
June 20 2022
Tags: 

Author full name now available in select Scopus screen views

on Tue, 05/17/2022 - 20:33

A new Scopus feature provides improved clarity on which author(s) contributed to research content. Author full names, now included on select Scopus screen views, will allow articles to be attributed more specifically by providing complete names.

Release Date: 
May 17 2022