Been into the Scopus database and ended up thinking you were in Web of Science? With little fanfare, or much advance notice, Elsevier’s Sciverse interface for the Scopus and ScienceDirect databases was upgraded on Sunday 26 February resulting in a number of changes to the interface – lots more detail available at http://www.info.sciverse.com/scopus/releases, or just access Scopus at www.scopus.com and try out a search!
Improvements have been made to the results display e.g. no need to Add a category to find out about document types as this is now a default option. And if you are interested in trying out the beta version of the SciVerse Hub facility you’ll find that there have been a number of improvements there too with de-duplication of results and new icons to identify document types.
So, there’s a changed look to some of the screens with intuitive and easier to use options. Library workshops on the SciVerse database interface will be available soon but in the meantime try them out and if you have any queries just get in touch!
Susan McCourt, email@example.com