Where can I find the article number?

Volume and issue numbers: In peer-reviewed articles, usually listed right after the periodical title. Page numbers: The page range for the entire article is often listed right after the volume and issue numbers. If not, find the first page number, then scroll to the end of the article to find the last page number.

What is the article ID?

An article ID number will replace the familiar page number. The six digits in the article ID are a 2+2+2-digit code designating the issue number, section-heading number, and the article-sequence number (in a particular section). B 63, 014405 (2001), i.e., the article number is used instead of a page number.

What is the volume of an article?

Volume typically refers to the number of years the publication has been circulated, and issue refers to how many times that periodical has been published during that year. For example, the April 2011 publication of a monthly magazine first published in 2002 would be listed as, “volume 10, issue 4”.

What is URL or DOI?

DOIs can be found in database records and the reference lists of published works. A URL specifies the location of digital information on the internet and can be found in the address bar of your internet browser. URLs in references should link directly to the cited work when possible.

What happens if an article doesn’t have a DOI?

If there is no DOI number for an online article you found on the open web, use the direct URL of the article in your reference entry. If there is no DOI number for an online article you found in a common academic research database, there is no need to include additional electronic retrieval information.