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  • Share GreyLit: Using Social Media to Communicate Grey Literature

    Aloia, Danielle (NYAM); Naughton, Robin (NYAM); GreyNet, Grey Literature Network Service (2016)
    The Grey Literature Report produced by the New York Academy of Medicine supports efforts of researchers, health practitioners, and policy makers in urban and public health by curating, preserving and providing access to high quality, cutting edge research. Grey literature is continually being added to systematic reviews and evidence-based practice in the health sciences. It is also being called upon as an area of research that needs to be disseminated and communicated effectively. This resear...

    Access to Multicultural/Multiethnic Grey Literature : A Networked Approach African American Resources

    Evans, V. Tessa Perry (Rutgers University Libraries); GreyNet, Grey Literature Network Service (1998)
    Multicultural/multiethnic grey literature is a concept first introduced and defined at the GL'95. Multicultural-multiethnic GL, although considered primary resources, have been fragmented and scattered or buried within other reports and documents making them difficult to identify and access. If these materials are to be of any real value, they must be located, organized, and made accessible to the communities they represent as well as to the general public. GL'95 presentations focused on the ...

    From Weimar to Maastricht and beyond : half a century with grey literature

    Chillag, J.P. (Leeds Methropolitan University); GreyNet, Grey Literature Network Service (1994)
    Sketches the author's first encounter and his close association with grey literature over half a century. Gives the background to how the present British Library Document Supply Centre became the largest single centre for collecting grey literature is given. Starting from his links with he early days of EURATOM, some details of EUR document are explained, citing it also as an example on how grey literature becomes white. With another European Community example, the converse is shown with a dr...

    Expanding the Horizon of Grey Literature

    Mackenzie Owen, John (UvA); GreyNet, Grey Literature Network Service (1998)
    Grey literature - loosely defined as information distributed directly by its creator - is gaining importance due to the development of digital information networks. Individuals and organizations are using these networks, making vast amounts of information available on a global scale. The role and added value of traditional publishers and libraries is being questioned. Some argue that grey literature will become more important than published literature; others disagree. During the Third Intern...

    Using Social Media to Create Virtual Interest Groups in Hospital Libraries

    Lin, Yongtao (Tom Baker Knowledge Centre); Ranjit, Kathryn M.E. (Peter Lougheed Knowledge Centre); GreyNet, Grey Literature Network Service (2011)
    Introduction - Social networking has positively impacted the realm of human interactivity. Libraries have traditionally been viewed as a place for research and information seeking. Web 2.0 technologies, such as blogs and Instant Messaging (IM), are starting to change users' experiences of current library services. In this quality improvement study we aim to examine whether the opportunity for enhanced researcher-librarian interaction that Web 2.0 tools provide creates a synergistic experien...
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