One of UNB Libraries’ largest research databases for peer-reviewed literature, Scopus, has announced that it has expanded its content for the Arts & Humanities (A&H).
A&H coverage in Scopus has almost doubled with the addition of nearly 1,450 new titles and broader access to approx. 3,500 high quality, international A&H journals dating back to 2002 in a variety of subject areas including:
• Developmental & Educational and Social Psychology
• Literature and Literary Theory
• Architecture, Design
For more information as well as a listing of the new journals added to Scopus, please click here.
To explore the Scopus database, go to the UNB Libraries website, place your mouse over the red e-Resources tab >> all e-Resources>> Indexes & Abstracts and choose “Scopus” from the drop-down browse title listing.