Answered By: Nevenka Zdravkovska
Last Updated: May 10, 2017     Views: 315

Like many University Libraries, the University of Maryland Libraries faces multiple challenges in the effort to build and maintain collections and provide access to the resources needed to support the institutional research and teaching mission. The collection budget at UMCP, like many other institutions, has failed to keep up with the rising costs of information resources. One result of these budgetary constraints is that the Libraries' access to Scopus will end on November 30, 2016. Scopus was funded through the MPowering the State initiative as part of the MPower Virtual Research Library. Funding was not renewed beyond November 2016.

Although Scopus has unique multidisciplinary coverage, you may try using the following multidisciplinary databases:

Alternatively, you may select a subject specific database

For additional questions, please contact your subject specialist

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