SCOPUS: Want to increase end-user awareness & see immediate impact on SCOPUS usage?
Below are some examples of what other institutions have done:
How does it work?
Scopus HTML Feeds allows you to showcase the latest publications from your institution and also facilitate tracking of their citations. It also allows you to customise the feed according to the look and feel of your library website.
HTML Feeds suggestions:
  • The 10 most recent Scopus articles published by authors at YOUR institution.
  • The 5 most recent citations of an author's article.
  • The 20 most recent articles in Scopus in a certain subject area.
Its EASY to implement!

Go to If you are new to this site, please register for the service or alternatively login with your Email and Scopus HTML Feeds password.


Click on 'Create New HTML Feed', and then go to Run a search, refine your results and click on the orange RSS button; you can now name your feed and then click the 'Continue' button to get the RSS URL.


Click on "Create a Scopus HTML Feed" to be directed to the Scopus HTML Feed Site.


URL and RSS feed name are filled in automatically, you can however re-name the feed again. Fill in the website URL where the code will be hosted. Customize your feed the way you want it to be displayed on your website and 'Save'.


Click on 'View HTML code' and then copy and paste the HTML Feed from this site into your website's code.

For more detailed instructions and screen shots on how to set up the Scopus HTML Feed download the Step-by-Step Guide (PDF Format).
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