Answered By: Ming Guang Han Last Updated: Jun 11, 2015 Views: 3162
Scopus is a abstract and indexing database, this means it does not have the full-text of all the entries it lists.
However, you may be able to access the full-text of the item you need via a different full-text database or electronic journal subscribed by the library. Do note that this does not mean that NUS Libraries definitely has access to everything listed in Scopus.
So how do you check to see if you can download the full-text of the article you want?
Select "Find it!@NUSLibraries". When you click on it, you may be sent directly to the article. If the link breaks or you can't find the full-text see this.
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