A DOI, or Digital Object Identifier is a string of numbers, letters and symbols used to permanently identify an article or document and link to it on the web. A DOI will help the readers easily locate a document from a citation repository. Cambridge International Academics is currently working with Crossref, a trusted DOI service provider to propose this service for connected communities and help them by identifying their contents.
Frequently Asked Questions
1) How can I use this service?
A1: The process of registration to use DOI by Crossref is very simple. If you are a publisher or represent a publishing service provider, You need to contact with Cambridge International Academics Publishing Division to make an inquiry.
2) Should I pay to use this service?
A2: Yes, DOI is not a free of charge service. For more information about the service charges and rates, Please contact us. One of our consulting board members will get in touch soon to make a response to your inquiry.
3) Is it a long-term supported service?
A3: Absolutely! This service is not presenting as a short-term supportive case and you will enjoy its long-term service supports.
4) What are the main benefits of using DOI?
A4: Using DOI will help you to sort, find, lookup and cite a published work easily using a fixed assigned code. This will help the publishers and scholars to provide better dissemination for their published research works and avail their citations opportunities.
5) Where can I add the assigned DOI?
A5: Upon assigning DOI to your published work, You can refer to this number in the first page of the publications with its lookup resolving hyperlink.