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Identifiers for Publications.

DOI Allocation

A DOI (Digital Object Identifier) is a permanent, digital identifier for digital objects. Mainly used for scientific online journal articles, having a DOI makes it easier to cite and find your work. DOIs can, however, also be allocated to other types of document or research data.

Similar to an ISBN, a DOI is assigned only once to each document and remains permanently linked to that DOI. The object can be retrieved at any time using a DOI resolver, regardless of the actual server address. The DOI does not lead directly to the object, but to the so-called landing page of the object and its metadata.

If you need a DOI, please contact the Competence Center for Bibliometrics and Publication Support by sending an e-mail to: bibliometrie(at)jku.at.


Bibliometrics and Publication Support


+43 732 2468 4882

ISBN Allocation

The International Standard Book Number ISBN makes a publication unmistakable worldwide.
The JKU library manages ISBN numbers for institute publications and employees at the Johannes Kepler University Linz. This service is free of charge.
If you need an ISBN number, please send an e-mail containing the following information to bibliometrie(at)jku.at:

  •  JKU institute, address
  •  Author's name and/or publisher
  •  Title of the publication
  •  Scheduled publication date

You can also register your publication to the list of deliverable books(VLB), opens an external URL in a new window.

The Main Association of the Austrian Book Trade (HVB) provides detailed information in its ISBN Handbook, opens an external URL in a new window. There you will also find all information summarized compactly and clearly in FAQ, opens an external URL in a new window.

Please note that deposit copies must be delivered to the respective institutions; see information posted by the Austrian National Library, opens an external URL in a new window.