Where has the publication information listed in my profile come from?

The majority of publication information in Illinois Experts comes from Elsevier’s Scopus citation and abstract database. An automated connection to Scopus provides Experts with a weekly update of new publication information, alleviating the need for researchers or support staff to make manual updates.

However, although Scopus is the largest index of peer-reviewed literature, publication coverage varies among disciplines. Therefore, to date the project team has manually added nearly 9,000 publication records–primarily book, chapter, and non-Scopus-indexed journal articles–to supplement the automated information in profiles for faculty in the humanities, arts, and social sciences.


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