Answered By: Trish Pierson Last Updated: Nov 24, 2020 Views: 392304
Look for the DOI (digital object identifier) on the PDF of the article or search for it on the CrossRef.org website using the Metadata Search. Be aware that not all articles have a DOI.
Go to the Library's Guide: DOI Help: Find a DOI for specific steps and examples.
- How do I find a journal's URL or homepage?
- How do I find an article by DOI in Google Scholar?
- What is a DOI?
- How do I cite an article with a DOI?
- How do I cite an article without a DOI?
Do you have other questions about finding DOIs? Ask a Librarian!