A digital object identifier (DOI) is a unique name given to an online document. If you have the DOI for an article, it should link directly to the article.
However, a DOI points to an item at a specific location. If our Library obtains it from a different provider, you may not be able to access it this way - try a different access method.
To use a DOI, click on the link below to get to the resolver site and enter your DOI in the search box.
You can also Google your DOI, but if it's not authenticated through our proxy server you may not get access.
For more information on using a DOI, see our help page.
If you don't find your item in Omni, perhaps the Trent Library doesn't have access to it.
In Omni, you can expand your search beyond the Trent Library.
If you find it here, click the "REQUEST" button to order it and we'll get it for you.