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How do I find an article if I only have the DOI?

Last Updated: Sep 08, 2014  |  91 Views

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A DOI is a unique alphanumeric code for an online file (such as a journal article) - for example: doi:10.1016/j.addbeh.2009.08.001

To quickly find an article from just the DOI, copy and paste the DOI number into Library Search - if AUT Library has access to the article, you will be able to click through to read the full text from there.

No luck? Try CrossRef DOI Resolver - this will find publication details for an item not available through Library Search. You can then use these details to place a request through the interlibrary loan service and we will try to access the article from another library for you.

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