The Library Consortium became a member of the international organization Datacite in 2021, gaining the right to assign digital object identifiers (DOI’s) to materials stored in its own electronic repositories.

The most important feature of a digital object identifier (DOI) is that the DOI is unique and persistent throughout the existence of the document, while the document location (URL) or metadata may change.

Assigning a digital object identifier (DOI) to the material ensures its security and easy, persistent and guaranteed localization on the web. Ease and persistency of access to the article increases its visibility and citation index.


DOI is mainly used for the following digital objects:

- Scientific articles

- Books

- Datasets

- Conference materials

- Theses and Dissertations

- Reports

- Codes

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