Once you have completed your research, it is important to consider carefully where to report and communicate your findings.
You may wish to consider presenting at conferences, submitting journal articles to publishers, and using the White Rose Research Online repository to raise your research profile and store your research outputs.
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A DOI is a unique alphanumeric label, (a NISO standard), created to identify a piece of intellectual property; mostly used for articles in ejournals, but also for ebook and chapters within them, and datasets.
Publishers assign and register DOIs, so only work published by those participating in the scheme will have a DOI (but it includes all the major publishers).
The University of York's guide to DOIs includes details of how to find and cite a DOI for your publications. See Sharing, preserving and depositing your data for more information on DOIs for datasets.