To find (full) information about an article/chapter by searching on the DOI, or find the DOI by searching on the citation information:
Use CrossRef Metadata Search
NOTE: DOI (Digital Object Identifier) IS the correct mechanism to uniquely identify a digital information object, and to navigate to full and complete "information of record" ABOUT the digital information object. The DOI is NOT the correct way to seek out subscription-based full-text ACCESS to a digital information object, for that purpose you should use the "known item searching" strategy, through the new OneSearch system.
To integrate Google Scholar with our library subscriptions please go Settings --> Library Links, search for “TCS”, select “TCS Education System Library - Full-Text @ TCSES Library" and click on "Save".
See the "GoogleScholar Settings" PDF document below for more details.
The Internet Archive has recently launched a BETA version of new tool, "Internet Archive Scholar". This is a search engine of 250 million open access research articles, from rare 18th century field notes to conference presentations, or the latest preprint publications.
The non-profit organization, Internet Archive <https://archive.org>, is building a digital library of internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form. Like a physical library, they provide free access to researchers, historians, scholars, and the general public. Their mission is to provide universal access to all knowledge.