DOI: What it is and where you find it Last Updated: Jul 25, 2019 Views: 86
DOI stands for Digital Object Identifier. DOIs are a unique numbers included with articles when they are published electronically. The DOI acts as a link to the article, and it is a more stable link than a url, which may change over time. The DOI is often included in the search result or on the first page of the document.
Blair, K., & Hoy, C. (2006). Paying attention to adult learning online: The pedagogy and politics of community. Computers and Composition, 23(1), 32- 48. doi:10.1016/j.compcom.2005.12.006
Below is an example of where you can find the DOI in the search record of an article.
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