11 Works

Publishing Geodesy, Topography and Cartography Research via Invenio

Jiri Drozda, Petra Pejšová & Veronika Synková
We would like to present open source system Invenio that helps to really small specialized library to provide high standard services and grey literature open the access for limited budget and minimal staffing. It will describe access to research outputs in branch of geodesy, topography and cartography. The Surveying Library is unique library focused on geographic branch in the Czech Republic and surrounding countries. The Surveying Library keeps more than 44 thousands units/books, some of...

Survey of enhanced publications in the Czech Republic

Petra Pejšová & Hana Vyčítalová
The poster presents survey about the state of enhanced publications in the Czech Republic. The goal of this survey was to find out situation of enhanced publications at research institutions in the Czech Republic. What research data arise? How are they stored and archived? To whom they made available? Are there the real enhanced publications, i.e. research publications linked directly to research data? 113 Czech research institutions were contacted with online questionnaire during 11th September...

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....

An Analysis of Current Grey Literature Document Typology

Petra Pejsova & Marcus Vaska
This analysis is based on the classification of the international systems GreyNet, (the Grey Literature Network Service), OpenSIGLE, (the System for Information on Grey Literature in Europe), and the Registry of Open Access Repositories (ROAR), as well as focusing on national schemata in the Czech Republic, namely ASEP (Register of Publication Activity of the AS CR), NRGL (National Repository of Grey Literature), and RIV (Information Register of R & D Results). During the analysis of...

Czech Grey Literature and Research Outputs: Transformation of the NUŠL Service

Petra Černohlávková & Hana Vyčítalová
The Czech National Repository of Grey Literature (NUSL) has been bringing GL to science and society over 10 years. It is based on Lisbon definition from 1997, updated in 2004, and on its own document typology that was created in 2008 as one of the outputs of the same name project. Since then there have been several papers and articles calling for new definition and new typology, asking what should be still considered GL and...

Grey Literature in the Czech Republic

Petra Pejšová & Martina Pfeiferová
Our paper summarizes and describes activities concerning grey literature in the Czech Republic. The managing organization of the activity is the State Technical Library (henceforth the STL); in the past, it was the STL, which was collecting, publishing and submitting grey literature data into the SIGLE system. The STL was the representative of the Czech Republic in the EAGLE. Now, EAGLE being extinct, there is no coordinated collection of grey literature on the national level...

Audit DRAMBORA for Trustworthy Repositories: A Study Dealing with the Digital Repository of Grey Literature

Petra Pejšová & Marcus Vaska
The credibility of a grey literature digital repository can be supported by a specialized audit. An audit of credibility declares that the digital repository is not only a safe place for storage, providing access and migrating to new versions of document formats, it also asserts the care components required of a digital repository environment, including the mandate, typology, policy, team, etc. This audit is very important in showcasing to participants and users the quality and...

A linked data Vocabulary of the Types of Grey Literature: Version 1.0

Petra Pejšová
The aim of this article is to introduce the Vocabulary of the Types of Grey Literature, the development of which was initiated at the National Technical Library in Prague, Czech Republic. The vocabulary is created in a way compliant with the principles of linked data. The 1st version of the vocabulary is available from the project website http://code.google.com/p/grey-literature-typology.

Integration of an Automatic Indexing System within the Document Flow of a Grey Literature Repository

JindĜich Mynarz & Škuta Ctibor
The Web empowered the authors of grey literature to publish their work on their own. In case of self-published works their author is also their indexer. And because not many of the grey literature authors are professional indexers, this may result in poor or no indexing. Even though the Web made publishing easier, indexing is still hard. Nevertheless, we believe that the web technologies and machine learning algorithms may help to reduce the cognitive overhead...

Grey literature partnership network in the Czech Republic

Petra Pejšová & Hana Vyčítalová
After the dissolution of initial partnership network, involved into the international SIGLE cooperation, at the beginning of 2005, new and broader partnership network was founded at the end of 2009. In November 2012, there are 91 data producers from the fields of research and science, education, culture and also enterprise, namely research institutes, universities, libraries etc. Partnership network has been built to support National Repository of Grey Literature (NRGL). Grey literature data producers can choose...

Free Licenses & Creative Commons: A Powerful Tool for Open Access Publishing in Grey Literature

Petra Pejšová & Marcus Vaska
In today’s increasingly technologically savvy information society, “using remote access and free content to open doors for science students”, a statement made by NANSLO lab director Daniel Branan (http://www.scoop.it/t/ava-openeducation), is yet another example of ongoing efforts to make information more openly and freely available and accessible. Although Branan focused his remarks on the scientific community, this applies to more than one specific subject field. Rather, scientists, teachers, artists, sociologists, programmers, as well as professionals from...

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