Q. What is the differences between Scopus and other databases subscribed by the library?
The library subscribes to more than 32 databases and these databases are classified as e-journals, e-books, e-theses and e-news. In line with the classifications, these databases offer access to full text contents of journals, books, proceedings, news and reports from specific or selected publishers. Example of e-journals subscribed by the library includes ScienceDirect, SpringerLink, Institute of Physics, IEE and many others.
You cannot depend on Scopus for the same type of information since Scopus is designed for different purposes and functionality.