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Compiling your reference list

A UoN Harvard Guide to your reference list

What is a DOI?

DOI is an abbreviation for Digital Object Identifier. It is a unique code assigned to a specific document and can help you locate or identify it. It is attached to the document, wherever it is located. If you want to find a document using a DOI, use the URL beginning: http://doi.org/ and follow it with the DOI.