Grey Literature Network Service (GreyNet International)
1992 Amsterdam Netherlands
Founded during 1st International Conference on Grey Literature. Discontinued in 2000 and relaunched 2003.
Facilitate dialogue, research and communication between individuals and organizations in the field of grey literature; further seek, identify and distribute information on and about grey literature in networked environments, as well as curriculum development and instruction.
Events2020-11-19 – Applications of grey literature for science and society
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Committees (4): Research and Development; Publishing and Communication; Open Access; Education and Training.
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