Answered By: Liaison Services Last Updated: Jul 31, 2020 Views: 1189
Scopus is a Library database which contains abstracts and citations of peer-reviewed literature. You can access Scopus through A-Z Databases on the Library homepage.
There are several options to access full-text articles in Scopus, including:
View at Publisher – if you see this link on your journal article, it means the library has access in full-text format. Click to access the full article.
Find Full Text – this link may appear if holdings are unclear for this journal article. If you click on this link, the full text of the article may load from one of our other providers.
If not, you will be prompted to source the article via the list of publications in A-Z Journals.
Finally, Document Delivery can source items the Library does not have access to.