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A unique Digital Object Identifier (DOI) attached to a digital research output and associated metadata ensures the output is persistently findable on the internet. DOIs ensure accurate data citation and bibliometrics for reporting impact.
Accessible research outputs with a DOI in the Open Access Repository (OAR) attract altmetrics which measure online mentions and shares.
There are two DOI services
For more information contact UTAS Library DataCite DOI service, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Eligibility for a DOI is based on meeting the following minting criteria.
Note: Before you request a DOI for self-deposited unpublished literature, consider how this output fits into your overall publishing strategy. If you intend to submit a paper with any of this content to a reputable journal publisher in future, you need to be careful to avoid jeopardising your chance of having it accepted by putting it in an open access repository too soon. For more information, and expert advice, please contact Learning and Research Librarians.
UTAS Library DataCite DOI service manages DataCite DOIs for UTAS datasets that meet the DataCite DOI minting criteria
How to get a DataCite DOI
See DOIs for Datasets in the Research Data Management research guide for more information.