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A DOI or Digital Object Identifier is used to uniquely identify objects such as journal articles, in a digital environment. There are various ways of locating an item using a DOI, depending on the type of resource you are searching.

The library provides an Information sheet with extensive information about DOIs including how to search using this feature.

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