What is Scopus?<br /><ul><li>Robust, all-encompassing search platform providing deep research related analysis across scie...
Suite of solutions for
Global Scientific Content
Knowledge /info Analysis tools
Researcher and institutional productivity tracking and measurement</li></ul>Scopus features:<br /><ul><li>Ease of use /int...
Enhanced results,
Linking to more external content (web and patents)</li></ul>Scopus supports both the scientist and the librarian in their ...
Why Scopus?<br />The changing <br />research landscape requires robust solutions <br />TEAM<br />
3<br />More being published<br />In 2007 a researcher was faced with 15 million articles published in the past 20 years co...
The sea of journals is still rising<br />Source: Informationsmarkt & Bibliotheken<br />
Researchers have to read more than ever<br />Source: D-Lib Magazine ,November/December 2008, Volume 14 Number 11/12, ISSN ...
6<br />Co-authorship  and collaborations are rising fast<br />Authors per paper<br />Papers per Author<br />Papers per Uni...
7<br />The Global Research landscape is changing<br />Countries ranked by published output in 2007<br />
“Today the dominant position of the <br />United States in the international <br />research and education community is bei...
The Research Landscape is changing: <br />Researchers are having to read and track more literature  from wider disciplines...
How does Scopus Support<br />the changing <br />research landscape?<br />By expanding coverage and<br />Deepening analysis...
<ul><li>Abstracts and citations from5000 publishers
3,6 Million conference papers(10% of Scopus records)
“Articles in Press” from more than3000 titles
23 Million Patents
1,200 Open Access journals
80% of all Scopus records have an abstract
Abstracts going back to 1823
Nearly 3,500 Arts & Humanities titles
380 m integrated  scientific websites via Scirus.com </li></ul>~16,500<br />600<br />350<br />Expanding both disciplinary ...
600 Trade Journals
350 Book Series
Extensive Conference Proceedings
40 languages are covered</li></ul>– Chief librarian, The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations<br />
Depth of Content<br />5,500<br />Titles<br />7,300<br />Titles<br />6,900<br />Titles<br />4,300<br />Titles<br />&gt; 5,0...
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    1. 1. What is Scopus?<br /><ul><li>Robust, all-encompassing search platform providing deep research related analysis across sciences
    2. 2. Suite of solutions for
    3. 3. Global Scientific Content
    4. 4. Knowledge /info Analysis tools
    5. 5. Researcher and institutional productivity tracking and measurement</li></ul>Scopus features:<br /><ul><li>Ease of use /intuitive platform
    6. 6. Enhanced results,
    7. 7. Linking to more external content (web and patents)</li></ul>Scopus supports both the scientist and the librarian in their research and measurement efforts with state of the art technology and premium content.<br />
    8. 8. Why Scopus?<br />The changing <br />research landscape requires robust solutions <br />TEAM<br />
    9. 9. 3<br />More being published<br />In 2007 a researcher was faced with 15 million articles published in the past 20 years compared to a researcher in 1977 who saw 5 million articles published in the previous 20 years<br />
    10. 10. The sea of journals is still rising<br />Source: Informationsmarkt & Bibliotheken<br />
    11. 11. Researchers have to read more than ever<br />Source: D-Lib Magazine ,November/December 2008, Volume 14 Number 11/12, ISSN 1082-9873, Tenopir and King<br />
    12. 12. 6<br />Co-authorship and collaborations are rising fast<br />Authors per paper<br />Papers per Author<br />Papers per Unique Author<br />Based on Thomson (ISI) data<br />
    13. 13. 7<br />The Global Research landscape is changing<br />Countries ranked by published output in 2007<br />
    14. 14. “Today the dominant position of the <br />United States in the international <br />research and education community is being challenged <br />as never before.”<br />-American Academy of Arts and Sciences<br />And New Global Powers Are Emerging<br />Countries ranked by output growth 1997-2007<br />-6<br />% growth<br />Retrieved from: http://www.scimagojr.com. SCImago Research Group, Copyright 2007-2008. Data Source: Scopus®<br />8<br />
    15. 15. The Research Landscape is changing: <br />Researchers are having to read and track more literature from wider disciplines and from all corners of the globe.<br />Emerging research nations are driving publication growth<br />Research is becoming more interdisciplinary and more collaborative<br />The number of journals is on the rise<br />TEAM<br />
    16. 16. How does Scopus Support<br />the changing <br />research landscape?<br />By expanding coverage and<br />Deepening analysis <br />TEAM<br />
    17. 17. <ul><li>Abstracts and citations from5000 publishers
    18. 18. 3,6 Million conference papers(10% of Scopus records)
    19. 19. “Articles in Press” from more than3000 titles
    20. 20. 23 Million Patents
    21. 21. 1,200 Open Access journals
    22. 22. 80% of all Scopus records have an abstract
    23. 23. Abstracts going back to 1823
    24. 24. Nearly 3,500 Arts & Humanities titles
    25. 25. 380 m integrated scientific websites via Scirus.com </li></ul>~16,500<br />600<br />350<br />Expanding both disciplinary and global coverage<br />Rich and extended coverage including<br />“It is broader in scope but also richer in different kinds of content. It is much easier to use and therefore has more immediate impact.”<br />Nearly 18,000 Titles including<br /><ul><li>16,500 Peer Reviewed Titles
    26. 26. 600 Trade Journals
    27. 27. 350 Book Series
    28. 28. Extensive Conference Proceedings
    29. 29. 40 languages are covered</li></ul>– Chief librarian, The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations<br />
    30. 30. Depth of Content<br />5,500<br />Titles<br />7,300<br />Titles<br />6,900<br />Titles<br />4,300<br />Titles<br />&gt; 5,000 publishers<br />Life Sciences<br />Social Sciences<br />Health<br />Sciences<br />Physical<br />Sciences<br />
    31. 31. Percentage of titles in Scopus based on geographical regions <br />
    32. 32. Deep Analytical Options <br />Analysis Tools Including:<br /><ul><li>Faceted search results : providing quick, intelligent answers
    33. 33. Author Identifier: View and Track an author’s work
    34. 34. Affiliation Identifier: View and Track productivity
    35. 35. Journal Analytics: Decide where to publish, where will your article receive the most visibility, analyze and manage journal portfolios, track how are your journals performing compared to others in this field and more.</li></li></ul><li>Faceted Search Results<br />Enable:<br />Instant view of leading researchers and institutions<br />Identification of multidisciplinary trends <br />See how a subject area has been developing through time<br />
    36. 36. Author Identifier<br />Enhanced Author searching with increased accuracy to help users reach author-specific information more quickly and efficiently<br />
    37. 37. Author Identifier<br />The author results page provides links to:<br />Authors’ profiles<br />Authors’ documents <br />This page also enables name variants identification <br />
    38. 38. Author Details Page<br />
    39. 39. h-Index<br />Performance measurement tool for scientific authors <br />(similar idea to journal impact factors but for individuals)<br />Established by Jorge Hirsch at UC San Diego<br />“A scientist has index h if h of his/her Np papers have at least h citations each, and the other (Np- h) papers have no more than h citations each.” <br />Source: Hirsch, J. E. (2005, September 29). An index to quantify an individual’s scientific research output. Retrieved from http://arxiv.org/abs/physics/0508025<br />
    40. 40. h-Graph <br />
    41. 41. Affiliation Identifier<br />The Scopus Affiliation Identifier is the world&apos;s first tool to help you identify and group an organization&apos;s complete body of work. It turns a time-consuming process into a simple task.<br />Provides the vital first step towards reviewing an organisation’s research output<br />
    42. 42. Affiliation Identifier Results Page<br />
    43. 43. Affiliation Profile<br />
    44. 44. Journal Analytics<br />The Scopus Journal Analyzer provides a quick, easy and transparent view of journal<br />performance, now enriched with two journal metrics - SJR and SNIP.<br />Using citations from nearly 18,000 titles from 5,000 international publishers, the Scopus Journal <br />Analyzer gives editors, publishing teams, researchers and librarians quick, easy access to a <br />transparent and objective overview of the journal landscape going back to 1996.<br />
    45. 45. 5 graphical representations of the journal<br />
    46. 46. SCImago Journal Rank (SJR)<br />SJR is a measure of the scientific prestige of scholarly sources: value of weighted citations per document.<br />
    47. 47. Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP)<br />SNIP measures contextual citation impact by weighting citations based on the total number of citations in a subject field. <br />
    48. 48. Make Scopus Your Own <br />
    49. 49. Scopus Help Guide<br />
    50. 50. More Information and Documentation<br />Scopus info:<br />Content coverage lists<br />News, release updates<br />For librarians section<br />For users section<br />User guides<br />FAQ’s<br />Inside Scopus <br />And much more<br />http://www.info.scopus.com<br />
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