Scopus integrated in EES
All journal editors and reviewers using EES, Elsevier’s online submission and peer-review system, can benefit from a seamless integration between Scopus and EES to assist them in the peer review process.
Editors enjoy unlimited access to Scopus, and now reviewers can receive 30-day access to further support them during the reviewing process. The user-friendly search bar enables any reviewer or editor using EES to search Scopus to find related articles & references and track citations from authors.
Merv Fingas, head of the Emergencies Science Division at Canada’s Environmental Technology Center in Ottawa, Ontario and Editor of Journal of Hazardous Materials remarks, “Scopus is a great asset to my journal work. I use it all the time to find reviewers – in fact, I have stopped using my own database of reviewers as I find Scopus much more effective.”
If you would like to see more information on Scopus, see section ‘Find out more about Scopus’.
Access for reviewers
Your 30-day access will start from the first time you log onto EES, and activate your Scopus access via the link at the top of your assignments page in EES.
For any questions related to this integration, please contact our support team:
For the Americas: +1 888 834 7287 (toll-free for US & Canadian callers)
For Asia & Pacific: +81 3 5561 5032
For Europe & rest of the world: +353 61 709190
- Identify the best researchers to act as reviewers using Scopus
- Investigate a new topic
- Look for a particular article of interest
- Trace the developments since a particular article was published
- Keep up-to-date with the publications of a particular writer
- Review a journal’s performance with a citation overview
- Request an email notification when a paper is cited
- Find out what’s published in a field of study
- Create a citation overview for an author
- Review an author’s work
Find out more about Scopus
Scopus is the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed research literature with smart tools that track, analyze and visualize research.
The Scopus Content Selection and Advisory Board advises Scopus on the overall direction of Scopus and the development of new features. This group also contributes to the content growth strategy to ensure Scopus content stays international, current and relevant.
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