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Asked 25th Dec, 2022

Why scopus document search is not working?

Greeting,
When I tried to remotely accessed the scopus database by login into my institution id, it kept bring me back to the scopus preview. I tried cleaning the cache, reinstall the browser, using other internet and etc. But, none of it is working. As you can see in the image. It kept appeared in scopus preview.
Please help..

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26th Dec, 2022
Rasouli H.
To reach the Scopus document search module, you should use academic IPs. If your institute has been listed in the Scopus database, you have permission to search documents in Scopus. It is not free of charge, and your university should pay its share to Scopus to provide this service for its academic researchers.
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2nd Jan, 2023
Muthuraj Anbalagan
Sri Krishna Adithya College of Arts and Science
If your institution subscribes to the Scopus database, you should use your academic IPs and access it from home using the remote access login. If the remote access login is not working properly, Contact your librarian.
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