Q. Does the library subscribe to Scopus?
The Manhattan College Library subscribes to Scopus, a database that covers more than 40,000 of the most important peer-reviewed journals, conference proceedings, and book series in virtually all subject areas. Using sophisticated tools and analytics, Scopus generates precise citation results, detailed researcher profiles, and insights that drive better decisions, actions and outcomes.
If you know of a paper that is a great match for your needs, you can easily see which subsequent works have cited it. The citation data in Scopus can also help you assess the scholarly impact of each work -- the number of times it has been cited -- and help you identify the works that have cited particular authors.
Retrieving Full Text
Within your Scopus search results, you’ll see green Find Full Text links to the full text of the online articles available within the Manhattan College library collection. If the paper is not immediately available, the same link will allow you to order it through interlibrary loan without leaving the Scopus database.
Scopus is available to current Manhattan College faculty, staff, and students. Access it from the library's Databases A-Z list, from various Research Guides, or using this direct URL: http://www.library.manhattan.edu/login?url=http://www.scopus.com