Tuesday, June 12, 2007

New Features in Science Direct--RSS and link to Scopus

New features make ScienceDirect even more efficient and supportive

Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feeds - RSS is an established Web standard for the delivery of news headlines and other frequently updated content summaries. RSS feeds will be available on ScienceDirect for search results, citations and new articles, as well as more than 300 pre-selected topics. RSS feeds alert users immediately when Science Direct has new content of interest to them as soon as it is published, keeping users up-to-date with their chosen fields of interest..

Cited By in Scopus - Access to a wealth of citation information is made possible with Cited By in Scopus, which links to specific citations in Scopus - the largest abstract and citation database of research literature and quality Web sources. Cited By in Scopus, which is included on the ScienceDirect article pages, also features a real-time citation count. A Scopus license is not necessary to view the citations for a given article but a ScienceDirect subscription is required

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