12 Works

The Impact of Digital Transformation on the Sustainability of Grey Literature

Dobrica Savic
Digital transformation makes an impact on organizations and businesses affecting many of their activities, either in a positive or a negative way. Once an organization starts on the road of digital transformation the impact is always considerable and long-lasting. Due to the specific nature of digital transformation to be able to impact whole industries, even if some organizations decide not to start with digital transformation, they may experience an indirect impact. The area of grey...

Grey Literature citation and inclusion rates in gambling review articles: Opportunities for improvement

David Baxter
Commercial gambling is expanding in many countries worldwide, and researchers and governments are increasingly approaching gambling as a public health issue. Grey literature is a popular avenue for disseminating findings from gambling studies, accounting for over 20% of gambling research publications. As evidence-based policy decisions increasingly rely on systematic and scoping reviews, it is important that grey literature evidence is included in these reviews. To date, two umbrella review has assessed systematic reviews for gambling-related...

Improving guidelines for video abstracts: An analysis of the most popular videos abstracts in the TIB AV Portal

Margret Plank & Jens Kösters
Today, more and more scientific videos are published online. One visual format that seems particularly suitable for communicating scientific content is the video abstract. This is the 3-5 minutes long moving image equivalent of a written abstract. With this format, scientists have the opportunity to explain the results and background of their concrete research work as well as the methods used, the study results, and possible implications to a potentially larger audience. Recently, some studies...

The endless life of OA Journals from myth to reality: the survey on present status of vanished OA journals in Iran and future prospect

Hamideh Memari Hanji
Open access journals in Iran were created in line with the open access movement in the world and their number is increasing day by day. In Iran ROAD is recognized as an important resource for identifying and tracking open access journals for publishers, users and researchers. In monitoring the Iranian open access journals of ROAD database, we recognized that the URL of some of these journals is not active. As we know there is no...

Deepfakes: A Digital Transformation Leads to Misinformation

Nika Nour & Julia Gelfand
Deepfakes are a product of artificial intelligence (AI) and software applications used to create convincing falsified audiovisual content. Linguistically, a portmanteau combines deep learning aspects of AI with the doctored or falsified enhancements that deem the content fake and now deepfake or misinformation results. A variety of sophisticated software programs’ exacting algorithms create high-quality videos and manipulated audio of people who may not exist, twisting others who do exist, creating the potential for leading to...

Burning Grey: The Worldwide influence of a Locally Published Grey Literature

Vince Ervin Palcullo & Daryl Superio
Rice is a major staple crop in the Philippines, which produces a large amount of rice each year. On the other hand, rice production generates biomass waste in the form of rice husks. In consideration of the rice husks’ potential as a biomass energy source and support the development of the rice husk gas stove technology in the Philippines, Engineer Alexis T. Belonio had published a grey literature (GL) entitled “Rice Husk Gas Stove Handbook.”...

Grey literature and the role of women pioneers in Qajar era (1910-1920)

Somayeh Sadat Hashemi
Iranian society in the Qajar era, despite having an ancient civilization and culture, had a medieval society with national and religious prejudices. During this era, due to the society's view of women and the lack of importance to their prosperity, their education was not considered. After constitutional revolution, newspapers and magazines became more active and their number increased day by day. In this time, newspapers became very popular among the people, and their news covered...

Digital Grey Soviet Science

Yuliya Balashova
The conference papers examines Soviet science representation on the leading Russian scientific and educational network platforms. Thematic dominants in the appropriate GL materials are considered.

Grey Literature in Open Repositories: New Insights and New Issues

Joachim Schopfel, Eric kergosien, Helene Prost & Florence Thiault
HAL is the national open repository for documents and data from French scientists. The paper analyses how grey literature is represented on HAL. It presents original empirical results from a follow-up study to former research, based on the scientometric assessment of deposits on the French national HAL repository by more than 1,200 research laboratories. These laboratories are affiliated to ten large French research universities and cover the whole range of scientific domains. We assessed the...

Grey Literature and Persistent Identifiers: GreyNet’s Use Case

Dominic Farace, stefania biagioni, Carlo Carlesi & Chris Baars
The PID (Persistent Identifier) Project is a follow-up to the AccessGrey Project carried out in 2019 in which an online survey was held among stakeholders in GreyNet’s community of practice. Recipients were asked their opinions about persistent identifiers and grey literature. The focus now in this project is expanded to include the DOI for research outputs alongside the ORCiD for authors/researchers, and the ROR ID for research organizations. This project seeks to go beyond a...

Data from “Exploring Next Generation Grey” including Questionnaire and Results

Joachim Schopfel, Dominic Farace, David Baxter, Silvia Giannini, ANNA MOLINO, Tomas A. Lipinski, Veronika Potočnik & Dobrica Savic
The GL2021 Conference offered the many and diverse communities of practice in the field of grey literature a unique opportunity to collaborate in addressing and defining the next phase in the digital transformation of grey literature. In preparation for this conference, a panel session on the future of grey literature was planned on the program; and, in advance, an online survey was carried out among GreyNet’s own community of practice in the field of grey...

Zines as Nonbinary Objects and Questions of Privilege

Andrea Marshall
Zines exist within the hybrid recesses of cultural consciousness. They are subcultural relics of the eras prior to the internet and they are knowledge infrastructures that overtly disrupt mainstream cultural perspectives. They also function as boundary artifacts that bridge gaps between analog print protocols and digital manifestations of data such as PDFs and hyperlinks. Nicolini et al. (2012) observe that “we look at objects as boundary devices but also as epistemic things, objects of activities,...

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