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HECO 602 Professional Skills II: Grey Literature - General Resources

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What is Grey Literature?

What is Grey Literature?

The Fourth International Conference on Grey Literature (GL '99) in Washington, DC, in October 1999 defined grey literature as follows: "That which is produced on all levels of government, academics, business and industry in print and electronic formats, but which is not controlled by commercial publishers."

Example of Grey Literature are:

  • conference papers/conference proceedings
  • theses & dissertations
  • clinical trials
  • newsletters
  • pamphlets
  • reports
  • fact sheets, bulletins
  • government documents
  • surveys
  • interviews
  • informal communication (e.g. blogs, podcasts, email)

 

Grey Literature - General Resources

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