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Eighteen Asian universities have chosen Scopus so far this year

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In the first quarter of 2007, 18 Asian institutions chose Scopus as the preferred database for their university library.

'The database provides our users with the best coverage available for their learning experience. In addition the Author Identifier and Scopus’ citation tracking functionalities help our researchers boost our research funding,' commented Salmah Abdullah, reference librarian at Universiti Putra Malaysia, which is one of the 18 libraries in Asia that have opted for Scopus recently.

In addition to the Universiti Putra Malaysia, the other institutes that chose Scopus include: Chiang Mai University, Ching Yun University, Chulalongkorn University, Fukuoka University of Education, Gwang-Ju Institute of Science & Technology, Kasetsart University, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Kyungsung University, Mahidol University, Mokwon University, Ochanomizu University, Soonchunhyang University, Thammasat University, Tokyo University of Marine Science & Technology and the University of Macau.