Elsevier announces the inclusion of a simplified Chinese user interface to Scopus

(23 June 2014, Amsterdam)  Elsevier today announced the launch of a simplified Chinese user interface to Scopus, the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature. The interface enables Chinese users to search and discover scientific literature in their local language.

In addition to the localized interface, all Scopus help files have been translated into Simplified Chinese to ease product understanding amongst users. Customers in mainland China are now able to find the research information they are looking for more efficiently and to expand beyond Scopus’ basic search functionalities to utilize more advanced features such as alerts, the Journal Analyzer and the Analyze Results functionality. For librarians in China, the localized interface will improve both their ability to train users on Scopus and the usability of Scopus.

More in the press release.