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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

Meet the CSAB: Professor & Subject Chair Jaya Raju

on Thu, 03/21/2024 - 15:30

This article is part of 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 rigorous 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 series,

Scopus Institutional Profile Wizard user interface redesign

on Mon, 03/11/2024 - 19:21

A redesigned Scopus Institutional Profile Wizard (IPW) will be available to users this month.  The Scopus product and UX teams performed extensive user research and interviews; based on the insights gathered we designed a more intuitive workflow and improved the user journey for IPW users. With the new user interface, we simplified the wizard and introduced modular options that support faster and easier updates. Key improvements with the IPW redesign include:

  • A modular journey, previously a
Release Date: 
March 15 2024

Scopus AI: How curated, enriched and connected data enhance research insights Webinar

on Thu, 02/29/2024 - 17:33

Scopus AI is designed to save researchers and institutions valuable time by creating an instant, intuitive and fully referenced summary of whatever topic is queried.  As with any generative AI technology, Scopus AI critically hinges on the quality of the data it is trained on.  Scopus AI draws from metadata and abstracts of Scopus, an authoritative, curated, and enriched data source.

Meet the Team: Bingqing LV, Publishing Relations Manager

on Mon, 02/05/2024 - 19:43

This profile is part of a Scopus blog series, featuring the Secondary Content Operations team. This team looks after the relationships with all third parties such as publishers, societies and funding agencies whose content is included in Scopus, Engineering Village and other multi-publisher platforms.

Can you tell us a bit about yourself?

A well-equipped journalist happened to step into the publishing industry for 10+ years instead


Navigating essential practices in responsible Gen AI - webinar recording available for viewing

on Mon, 02/05/2024 - 19:30


Gen AI often raises concerns about ethical implications (data privacy and bias), quality control (traceability and reproducibility of outcomes) and fairness.  We invite you to join us in an upcoming webinar in the Scopus AI series to learn how we have addressed these concerns in the development of our new AI-powered academic search tool, Scopus AI.  

The recording of our webinar held February 27, 2023 is now available for viewing.

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In this webinar,

Release Date: 
February 5 2024