Workshop | Grey Literature: What it is & how/where to find it



10:30 AM


11:30 AM


LIB 2001


Grey literature is widely used in academic research but relatively more difficult to be found or dug out. Unlike traditional, commercially published academic resources such as journals, magazines or books, grey literature is usually produced and distributed by organizations, corporates, government agencies, professional meetings/conferences, and/or individuals who have specific research needs or interests. Grey literature includes but is not limited to technical reports, conference proceedings, working papers, preprints, theses and dissertations, government documents, and unpublished research. This workshop introduces what grey literature is, why we need it in research, and where/how we can find it.

Event details:

  • January 26th, Friday, 10:30-11:30 (CST)
  • Venue: LIB 2001
  • Instructor: Andrew Lee, Research and Instruction Librarian

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