Answered By: Sara Fillbrandt
Last Updated: Sep 07, 2023     Views: 0

If you have an article's Digital Object Identifier (DOI), you have the information you need at your fingertips! 

For example, your DOI might look like this: 


If you add the prefix in front of your DOI string (which will always begin with a 10), you will get what is essentially a web address directly to the article or abstract.

If the article isn't free for you to read online, make a note of the article title, author's name, and publication date. Then head over to the library website to search for the full-text of the article in the online library. 


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