50 Works

The GreyLit Report: Understanding the Challenges of Finding Grey Literature

Danielle Aloia & Robin Naughton

Law, Liability, and Grey Literature: Resolving Issues of Law and Compliance

Daniel Mack
Grey literature faces a number of unique challenges when facing issues of liability and compliance with local, national, and international law. Conference and symposium proceedings, white papers, reports, newsletters, and other forms of grey literature often do not have the same legal support as journals, monographs, and other, more formal publications. This can create problems of compliance and liability. Grey publications often include works authored, edited, translated, compiled, or otherwise modified by many people affiliated...

Extracting Value from Grey Literature: processes and technologies for aggregating and analyzing the hidden “big data” treasure of organizations

Gabriele Motta, Roberto Puccinelli, Lisa Reggiani & Massimiliano Saccone

Collecting, organizing, and preserving diverse publication sources for the good of one community archive: Legal challenges and recommendations

Andrea Copeland, Tomas Lipinski & Kyle Jones

Move beyond text – How TIB manages the digital assets researchers generate

Margret Plank & Paloma Marín Arraiza

Share #GreyLit: Using Social Media to Communicate Grey Literature

Danielle Aloia & Robin Naughton

A semantic engine for grey literature retrieval in the oceanography domain

Sara Goggi, Gabriella Pardelli, Roberto Bartolini, Francesca Frontini, Monica Monachini, Giuseppe Manzella, Maurizio De Mattei & Franco Bustaffa

How open access policies affect access to grey literature in university digital repositories: A case study of iSchools

Tomas A. Lipinski & Katie Chamberlain Kritikos
An issue of interest to library and information science (LIS) scholars and practitioners is how open-access policies can affect the access and use of grey literature in university repositories. Open access (OA) refers to research placed online free from all price barriers and from most permission barriers (Suber, 2015), allowing unfettered access to scholarship and promoting open scholarly communication (Banach, 2011; Eysenbach, 2006). OA may apply research published traditionally, such as books (Schwartz, 2012) and...

Altmetrics and Grey Literature: Perspectives and Challenges

Joachim Schöpfel & Hélène Prost

Analysis of National R&D Project Report Output Utilization and Economic Contribution

Kiseok Choi, Cheol-Joo Chae, Yong-hee Yae & Yong Ju Shin

Public Interest in Accessing the INIS Collection

Dobrica Savić

OpenAIRE: Advancing Open Science

Paolo Manghi, Michele Artini, Claudio Atzori, Miriam Baglioni, Alessia Barsi, Harry Dimitropoulos, Ioannis Foufoulas, Katerina Iatropoulou, Natalia Manola & Pedro Principe
OpenAIRE , the point of reference for Open Access in Europe, is now addressing the problem of enabling the Open Science paradigm. To this aim it will provide services to: (i) overcome the limits of today’s scientific communication landscape, by allowing research communities and the relative e-infrastructures to fully publish, interlink, package and reuse their research artefacts (e.g. literature, data, and software) and their funding grants within the European and global ecosystem as supported/promoted by...

Grey Literature Sources in Historical Perspective: Content Analysis of Handwritten Notes

Snježana Ćirković

Sexuality Leveraged Through Diversity: Recognizing LGBT+ Communities

Anthony Lin & Julia Gelfand

Teaching and Learning about Grey Literature

Lynne Rudasill

Collecting Grey Literature – Institutional Repository versus National Aggregator

Petra Černohlávková & Hana Vyčítalová
The Czech National Library of Technology (NTK) provides two digital repositories – the National Repository of Grey Literature (NRGL) and the NTK Institutional Digital Repository (IDR). NRGL’s primary is providing access to grey literature as well as long-term archiving and preservation of grey literature from various institutions in the Czech Republic. The IDR was created for collecting and archiving of employee-generated content and other documents, including grey literature, connected with the library and its services....

Developing, linking, and providing access to supplemental genetics dataset vcf files

Plato Smith & Lauren McIntyre

A terminological “journey” in the Grey Literature domain

Roberto Bartolini, Gabriella Pardelli, Sara Goggi, Silvia Giannini & Stefania Biagioni

A Facet-based Open and Extensible Resource Model for Research Data Infrastructures

Luca Frosini & Pasquale Pagano
Research Data play a key role in our society. They include both “primary dataset”, i.e. data genuinely produced, as well as “derived datasets”, i.e. datasets resulting by processing existing datasets. Their management requires dedicated e-Infrastructures and a description of the entire set of “resources” surrounding each dataset (e.g. other datasets, services the dataset has been produced with or suitable for “consuming” the dataset, entities responsible for the dataset). To realise this, it is key to...

Grey Literature and Research Assessment exercises: From the current criteria to the Open Science models

Silvia Giannini, Rosaria Deluca, Anna Molino & Stefania Biagioni
International Conference on Grey Literature – Public Awareness and Access to Grey Literature, Volume 19, Number 1, Pages 11-25, ISSN 1386-2316

Non-literary text and Non-textual literature

Peter Doorn & Theo Mulder

Transition to Open Access and its Implications on Grey Literature Resources

Snježana Ćirković

Academic blogging consequences for Open Science: a first insight into their potential impact

Carla Basili & Luisa De Biagi

Policy Development for Grey Literature Resources: An Assessment of the Pisa Declaration

Dobrica Savić, Dominic Farace, Jerry Frantzen, Stefania Biagioni, Carlo Carlesi, Herbert Gruttemeier & Christiane Stock

Situation surrounding grey literature in academic research in Japan

Yoshio Isomoto

Registration Year

  • 2018
  • 2019

Resource Types

  • Text