Searching For Grey Literature
5:15pm - 6:30pm on October 16 in Library 152
Course Description
Grey literature can be crucial for research projects, theses, dissertations, articles, professional papers, or grants. This non-commercial literature is produced by academic or non-academic individuals, government or non-government organizations, research institutes, business or industry entities, and more. Grey literature is contained in a wide range of traditional print as well as online formats, and this workshop is an introduction to resources and strategies for finding grey literature.
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