Guides to using Scopus:
- Introduction to Scopus
- Searching Scopus Content
- How to find an article and citation information using Scopus
- How do I search for peer reviewed content in Scopus?
- How do I download multiple documents at one time in Scopus?
- Personalizing your Scopus experience
- How to access and manage personalized features within Scopus
- How to export document information from Scopus to a Reference Management tool
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