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Try Scopus

Dartmouth faculty, students and staff have access to Scopus until June 27th as a free trial.  Scopus, like Web of Science, indexes peer-reviewed literature in a broad range of fields, with deep coverage of science, technology, and medicine.

Use Scopus in your research and citation analysis work during June, and let us know what you think of this resource!

WE NEED YOUR FEEDBACK!  Please use this link to send us your feedback.

Use Scopus to:

  • Find current research in a wide range of fields, including interdisciplinary, collaborative and global work
  • Search for work by specific researchers or by those from specific institutions
  • Explore  the history of citations to a particular paper or to an author; download citation counts
  • Identify collaborators, both existing and potential
  • Track, analyze, and visualize research using tools within Scopus
  • Find publications supported by grant funds (2013 forward)

See the Scopus Quick Reference Guide for More Features

Scopus URL:  http://www.scopus.com

Questions or comments?  Peggy Sleeth, Associate Director/Information Resources.


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Springer Protocols

We have trial access to Springer Protocols, an online database of reproducible laboratory protocols in the biomedical and life sciences from Methods in Molecular Biology, Methods in Molecular Medicine, Neuromethods, Methods in Pharmacology and Technology, and Methods in Biotechnology.  Available through June 11, 2014, at http://www.springerprotocols.com to users on the Dartmouth/DHMC networks.

Questions or comments?  Use the form at https://library.dartmouth.edu/trials/feedback.php?id=2448 or contact Peggy Sleeth, Associate Director/Information Resources, Biomedical Libraries.

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