Support for Ukrainian scientists from Elsevier: free access to research tools

Elsevier has worked with our Ukrainian academic colleagues and others to determine what products would best help address their needs. With the aim to continue to make it easier for researchers to do their work under difficult circumstances, we have now put in place a Resource Centre where Ukrainian researchers can register to gain access to additional Elsevier research tools like:

– Scopus, expertly curated abstract & citation database;

– Researcher Discovery, search and collaboration module;

– Researcher Academy, for free e-learning modules developed by global experts, as well as ScienceDirect and Mendeley.

If you are a Ukrainian clinician or medical student, Elsevier also continue to offer access to clinical content and tools here.

To set up your complimentary access, please follow the instructions below.

If this letter was sent to you directly as an editor or author with Elsevier, the individual ID and password will be in the covering email. If you received this letter via the National Academies of Poland and Ukraine, please sign up via the registration page, and an ID and password will then be sent to your email address directly.

  1. Visit the access page to get started
  2. Enter registration ID sent to you: …
  3. Enter Passcode sent to you: …
  4. Click Continue.
  5. Create a new profile with your email address OR link your complimentary access to an existing profile via your email address.
  6. Your initial arrival page will be Scopus, but you will have access to ScienceDirect; Scopus, Researcher Discovery, Researcher Academy and Mendeley. Visit the Resource Centre Page for information on how to sign in, quick tutorials, and other information.

Elsevier hopes that these resources will provide some support in continuing your research under these very difficult circumstances.




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