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Using Scopus to
Search for Articles
Table of Contents
• Background
• Access
• Search options
• Download and save citations
• Full-text access problem solving
...
Background
Scopus is a search tool developed by Elsevier with
• a very large abstract and citation database of peer-
revie...
Type in user name and password exactly as provided by
your institution. Passwords are case-sensitive.
Click Sign In
Note: ...
If you are using Internet Explorer,
repeat the Login process on this 2nd
page and you will be redirected to
the AGORA Cont...
Access Scopus from the
‘Search inside AGORA full-
text through database and
article searching’ list
Scopus
Now displayed is the Browse
databases list with the link to
Scopus (Elsevier)
Search Options
Search options include Article Title,
Abstract, Keyword and more. Search can
be limited to Date Range, Docu...
The Document results total
is 323 including citations
for journal articles, books
and international meeting
Scopus has the...
Other options include
Document type, Source
Title or Type, Language,
Affiliation and Keyword
Note the Export and
Download options. Check
the box for the citations
Now displayed is the Export option
that allow you to download the
checked citations to reference
management software progr...
The Document Download
Manager is displayed. Note
the option to name the PDF
By checking the Subject Area(s) boxes,
this search will be limited to
‘Agricultural and Biological Sciences’
and ‘Environm...
The document results
total is 214 citations.
Note the box that lists the
terms of the search
Added to this search are the
year limits for 2012, 2013
and 2014. The document
results total is 41 citations
The ‘Show abstract’ icon is
activated for one of the
citations. There also is a
‘View at publisher’ option
Now displayed i...
In PLOS one, the Regime Shift in Fertilizer…’
article has been opened. Besides the HTML
version, the article can be printe...
This is the PDF
version of the article
The Search history is
displayed here – by clicking
on the Document search
button. Note the links to all the
previous searc...
Via the link from Scopus,
users are not able to
access the full-text
version of this article
A second article has been
ope...
For this article, there is not free access
to the PDF version. Users are required
to order the article. This article may b...
Using the Scopus list of
citations, access the full-
text articles from the
‘Journals collections’ list
Displayed is the
Advanced Search box
Scopus and Summon
When logged in to AGORA: Search
inside AGORA full-text through database
and article searching:
- Summon:...
Exercises
This is the end of the AGORA Basic
Course Module 6. Please complete the
exercises for Module 6.
Then, please con...
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AGORA Basic Course: Module 6. Using Scopus to Search for Articles

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This module is part of the AGORA Basic Course. The AGORA Basic Course highlights the baseline skills necessary to use the AGORA program effectively and efficiently. The AGORA programme (Access to Global Online Research in Agriculture), set up by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN (FAO) together with major publishers, enables developing countries to gain access to an outstanding digital library collection in the fields of food, agriculture, environmental science and related social sciences. Module 6 covers Using Scopus to Search for Articles

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AGORA Basic Course: Module 6. Using Scopus to Search for Articles

  1. 1. Using Scopus to Search for Articles
  2. 2. Table of Contents • Background • Access • Search options • Download and save citations • Full-text access problem solving • Using AGORA to search for articles
  3. 3. Background Scopus is a search tool developed by Elsevier with • a very large abstract and citation database of peer- reviewed literature: scientific journals, books and conference proceedings • has over 3 million records with 22,000 book titles and 5,000 publishers • has been offered to a large majority of the R4L eligible institutions • a percentage of the citations are available in AGORA; others (e.g. conference proceedings) are available on the Internet
  4. 4. Type in user name and password exactly as provided by your institution. Passwords are case-sensitive. Click Sign In Note: With the migration to a new authentication server (Jan 2014), we recommend use of Chrome or Mozilla. If you use Internet Explorer, you will need to login twice.
  5. 5. If you are using Internet Explorer, repeat the Login process on this 2nd page and you will be redirected to the AGORA Content page.
  6. 6. Access Scopus from the ‘Search inside AGORA full- text through database and article searching’ list Scopus
  7. 7. Now displayed is the Browse databases list with the link to Scopus (Elsevier)
  8. 8. Search Options Search options include Article Title, Abstract, Keyword and more. Search can be limited to Date Range, Document Type and Subject Areas. Search for maize production AND developing countries
  9. 9. The Document results total is 323 including citations for journal articles, books and international meeting Scopus has the options to refine the search by Year, Author Name, Subject Area
  10. 10. Other options include Document type, Source Title or Type, Language, Affiliation and Keyword
  11. 11. Note the Export and Download options. Check the box for the citations
  12. 12. Now displayed is the Export option that allow you to download the checked citations to reference management software programs and choose various information options
  13. 13. The Document Download Manager is displayed. Note the option to name the PDF
  14. 14. By checking the Subject Area(s) boxes, this search will be limited to ‘Agricultural and Biological Sciences’ and ‘Environmental Science’
  15. 15. The document results total is 214 citations. Note the box that lists the terms of the search
  16. 16. Added to this search are the year limits for 2012, 2013 and 2014. The document results total is 41 citations
  17. 17. The ‘Show abstract’ icon is activated for one of the citations. There also is a ‘View at publisher’ option Now displayed is an abstract for one of the citations. Open the View at Publisher option
  18. 18. In PLOS one, the Regime Shift in Fertilizer…’ article has been opened. Besides the HTML version, the article can be printed or downloaded as a PDF
  19. 19. This is the PDF version of the article
  20. 20. The Search history is displayed here – by clicking on the Document search button. Note the links to all the previous searches and the option to Combine queries
  21. 21. Via the link from Scopus, users are not able to access the full-text version of this article A second article has been opened via the View at Publisher option - from Bentham Science with Reprint and ePrint options
  22. 22. For this article, there is not free access to the PDF version. Users are required to order the article. This article may be available directly from AGORA
  23. 23. Using the Scopus list of citations, access the full- text articles from the ‘Journals collections’ list
  24. 24. Displayed is the Advanced Search box
  25. 25. Scopus and Summon When logged in to AGORA: Search inside AGORA full-text through database and article searching: - Summon: http://agoralogin.research4life.org/uniquesigagora.summon.serialssolutions.com/uniquesig0/ - Scopus: https://auth.elsevier.com/ShibAuth/deliverInstCredentials If not logged in to AGORA: - Summon pilot http://agora.summon.serialssolutions.com/
  26. 26. Exercises This is the end of the AGORA Basic Course Module 6. Please complete the exercises for Module 6. Then, please continue with AGORA Basic Course Module 7.1: E-journal, E-books and Internet Resources Updated February 2015 Questions? Contact agora@fao.org

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