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How do I cite an article or book I found in an OCLS database if it doesn't have a DOI?
Finding a DOI
Use CrossRef to locate the DOI for your article.
Using Academic Writer
When filling out the form in Academic Writer, the DOI field in the Source section is not required. You can leave it blank.
Haddow, G., & Joseph, J. (2010). Loans, logins, and lasting the course: Academic library use and student retention. Australian Academic & Research Libraries, 41(4), 233-244.
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