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What is a DOI?

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DOI is Digital Object Identifier. The DOI name is a unique alphanumeric code that may be assigned to any digital content. The DOI name enables researchers to identify and locate a digital document, even if its original web host has changed. There is a good explanation in the Mahoney Library Guide to APA Style, updated 07/2008 available at

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