The Libraries’ newest literature database and citation index is Scopus, a database that lets you discover information from ~36,000 journals, ~1400 book series, and ~700 conference proceedings. Scopus includes more international and interdisciplinary publications than most of the Libraries’ other electronic resources. At this workshop, you’ll learn how to search effectively in this powerful resource to find the literature you need to support your research.
Presented by: Erin O'Toole
Event Date: Saturday, February 28th,10:00 to 11:30 am.
Event Location: Willis 136
PREP Stage: Planning (early, middle and late) Professionalism (early, middle and late)
Cannot make it to campus? Register here to join our Live Online Stream option. You will have access to the PowerPoint (if available) and can ask questions to our presenters.