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Scopus to Expand Arts & Humanities Coverage

Elsevier (www.elsevier.com) announced that Scopus (www.info.scopus.com), its abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature, will be nearly doubling its Arts & Humanities (A&H) titles. Access to the new journals will be available to users in April 2009. Currently, the Scopus database contains 1,600 titles in A&H and related fields.

Many countries will be better represented as a result of these added titles and researchers will have enhanced access to international A&H content. Journal subjects include literature and literary theory (30% of new titles), general arts and humanities (22%), history (17%), and visual/performing arts (16%), among others. Scopus is known as a holistic cross-disciplinary database with the broadest coverage in Science, Technology, Medicine, Social Sciences, and soon also in the Arts & Humanities.

Source: Elsevier



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