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Gray/Grey Literature   Tags: gray_literature, grey_literature, sciences, technical_reports  

A selection of written research material not commercially published and not widely disseminated.
Last Updated: Jul 24, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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If you need assistance with grey literature searching, please do not hesitate to contact us at Hardin Library.

This list is a small sample of the types of resources that cover grey literature in the health sciences.

Conference Proceedings



Amy Blevins,
Hardin Library Clinical Education Librarian

Jennifer DeBerg,
Hardin Library Clinical Education Librarian 

Marianne Mason,
U.S. Federal Information Librarian

Sara Scheib,
Sciences Research and Instruction Librarian

Free Webcasts on Grey Literature in the Health Sciences

  • Grey Lit 101: Shining a White Light on Grey Literature
    This free Web conference provided an introduction to grey literature and its role in health services research, public policy, and critical decision making. Far from implying value, the term grey literature refers to the often undefined and unrestricted way this information is published.
  • Grey Lit 102: Advanced Search Strategies for Grey Literature
    This free Web conference (the "consumer's" perspective) discussed the challenges inherent in conducting advanced searches for grey literature and presents tactics for overcoming these challenges.
  • Grey Lit 103: Standing Out in a Sea of Grey Literature
    This free Web conference (the "producer's" perspective) outlined how producers of grey literature can optimize their research for searching and increase the likelihood of uptake and use of their work.

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