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Transition from Web of Science to Scopus: Cancellation Announcement
The University will no longer provide access to the database Web of Science as of July 1, 2017.In its place, the Library will continue to subscribe to Scopus, a similar database from a competing vendor. Over the course of academic year 2016–2017, the Library has analyzed several aspects related to the two databases and found Scopus to be the stronger alternative. During the winter 2016 and spring 2017 semesters, Library staff held informational meetings with the department heads of all interested colleges to learn about faculty needs in relation to a comprehensive index, and we have developed ongoing marketing and training efforts to address these needs.
Please refer to the following sections of this guide for additional information:
CAB Abstracts, an agriculture database published by the Centre for Agriculture and Biosciences International that is available on the InCites platform (which houses Web of Science) as well as on other platforms