Answered By: Robert Sebek Last Updated: May 15, 2020 Views: 56
If the publisher has registered the DOI (Digital Object Identifier) then the lookup is simple. From our home page, either: 1) Go to the Menu icon near the top, click on Find & Borrow, then select Journals; or 2) Select the Journals link under Quicklinks. On the Journals page, use the Find an article by its citation form (DOI or PubMed ID) in the navigation menu. Finally, change the Identifier option using the pull down menu, from ISSN to either DOI or PMID (PubMed ID), whichever is applicable, then paste in your DOI or PubMed ID, and start your Search.
If we have access to the article (or book, conference proceeding or other publication), you should be taken directly to it. If not, you should be presented with a link to request the item through Interlibrary Loan that automatically populates the form for you.
If there's no result, then the publisher did not register that DOI (or you have missed a piece of the DOI). In that case, you'll need to look up that article with its complete citation. DOIs should be in the form 10.####/string-of-characters.