Discovery search FAQs
I have a digital object identifier (DOI). Can I use it to search?
Yes. A digital object identifier (DOI) is an alphanumeric string assigned by a publisher when an article is made available online. Thousands of DOIs are indexed in the discovery search, and more are being added daily.
Your DOI may find the full-text/PDF right away:
Or it may return a “Find It @ Concordia” button for you to use: