Answered By: Amanda Pruka
Last Updated: May 09, 2022     Views: 2

DOI = Digital Object Identifier. It is a stable identifier that does not change, unlike a URL.

You can often find DOI at the top of scholarly articles.

A DOI begins with a 10.----  For example:  10.1016/j.foodres.2018.05.072

Occasionally, the DOI will be written as a link with a https. The https is not part of the DOI. 

 

 

You can search for articles using only the DOI. Use the Find It! Citation Linker found on the Library main page.  

 

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