Seton Hall University library has recently begun a trial of SciVerse Scopus. The trial will run until September 30th. During this time we invite you to try Scopus. We welcome your feedback as this will help us in our decision-making process.
SciVerse Scopus offers an easy-to-use platform with sophisticated tools to help track, analyze and evaluate research publications. Scopus covers more than 18,500 titles from more than 5,000 international publishers across the sciences, technology, medicine, social sciences and arts & humanities. Use Scopus to:
- See how many articles you or our institute have published for a given time period, how many citations each has received and which ones are the most highly cited;
- Provide publication and citation statistics for promotion and tenure;
- Evaluate the performance of journals for the publication of research.
For a more complete overview please visit the SciVerse Scopus Info Site which contains detailed information about content coverage as well as additional support resources. Please let us know what you think before the trial ends. [Lisa.Rose-Wiles@shu.edu]
There will be a Scopus demonstration and training session on September 15th at 10.30 – 12.30 (lunch included)
There is a new support page for SciFinder that provides lots of new information about this important resource. If you have not yet created your SciFinder account, here is the link. You will need to set up your account on campus, but then you can access it from anywhere.
You will also find SciFinder links on your chemistry research guide
We now have full access to Sage journals (on and off campus).
EBSCO’s new app is free, and offers the convenience and rich functionality that enables users to:
- Choose which Ebsco databases to search
- Limit results to full text or peer reviewed
- Sort by relevance or date
- Retrieve full text results in HTML and/or PDF formats
- Save results for offline access at a later date
- Email results to self or others
- View cover flow display of results
To access this and other databases, visit the mobile library website
GREENR (Global Reference on the Environment, Energy, and Natural Resources) is a new online resource that offers authoritative content on the development of emerging green technologies and discusses issues on the environment, sustainability and more. GREENR combines news, unique commentary, audio, video, primary source documents, case study statistics and more into a Web-like experience designed to attract attention and foster participation. PDF guide with more information
For more resources, see:
We have received a few calls recently asking if we still have ScienceDirect, as some of you have had trouble accessing it. Yes, the library still subscribes to ScienceDirect!
If you are having a problem with off-campus access to ScienceDirect or any library database or resource, it may be because you are trying to link to it from Blackboard.
To resolve the problem: if you are working off campus, always access library databases and journals through the library homepage, or from your particular subject research guide.
For help with off-campus access, see our off-campus access guide or ask a librarian.