Summer Workshop on Grey Literature Ten Strategies for Grey Literature
"As an information professional, GreyWorks will enable you to fulfill a strategic role in the production and distribution of grey literature in your organization. GreyWorks will help to get a grip on issues dealing with open access, return on investments, the repurposing of data, etc."
Strategy 1 Anne Gentil-Beccot High-Energy Physics Community Strategy 2 Todd Chavez Karst Information Research Community
Strategy 3Christiane Stock Electronic Theses and Dissertations Strategy 4 Marcus Banks Blogs and Tweets
Strategy 5Daniela Luzi Grey Documents in Open Archives Strategy 6Bertrum MacDonald Use and Influence of Grey Literature
Strategy 7 Bonnie Carroll and June Crowe Scientific Data and Datasets Strategy 8Keith Jeffery and Anne Asserson E-Science and CRIS
Strategy 9Joachim Sch๖pfel Assessing Return on Investments Strategy 10Debbie Rabina Grey Literature in LIS Education
Ten Strategies for Grey Literature : Summer Workshop held on 9 September 2011, KNAW Conference Center, Amsterdam, Netherlands / edited by D.J. Farace ; GreyNet, Grey Literature Network Service. Amsterdam : TextRelease, 2011. 50 p ; 30 cm. (The GreyWorks Series, ISSN 2211-1425 ; No. 3). - The workbook provides a concise review of ten selected strategies for grey literature. A snapshot of each strategy is visualized in the workbook through a series of quotes, excerpts, graphics, references, biographical notes, links, and accompanying mind maps.
Date Friday, 9 September 2011 Time 13:00 17:00 hours Place KNAW Conference Center Het Trippenhuis Kloveniersburgwal 29 Amsterdam, Netherlands Instructor Dr. Dominic Farace, GreyNet Grey Literature Network Service Registration Fee includes workbook, refreshments, and local taxes Contact firstname.lastname@example.org Phone/Fax +31 (0)20 331.2420
GreyWorks 2011 is the 3rd Workshop in the Summer Series focusing on ten strategies in grey literature carried out by researchers in Europe and North America. The works covered are by GreyNet Award Recipients and Authors in the book entitled Grey Literature in Library and Information Studies published by De Gruyter|Saur, 2010. The strategies or inroads to grey literature deal with ● specific subject areas and disciplines ● various document types in electronic and print formats ● open access and business models ● supply-side publishing and demand-side access, as well as ● quality assessment and curriculum development in this expanding field of information.
The workshop is conducted by Dominic Farace, who founded GreyNet in 1992. In this capacity, he is program director for the international conference series on grey literature, book and journal editor, guest lecturer, author, and recipient of the Golden Candle Award 2000 (United States) and the Victorine van Schaick Prize 2008 (Netherlands). GreyWorks 2011 is geared to information professionals and practitioners involved in the areas of policy development and management of grey literature collections, the production and publication of grey literature, and in research and education in library and information sciences. For newcomers to grey literature, GreyWorks 2011 will bring you up to speed with the state of the art in the field. For the vanguard in grey literature, this workshop will explore current research initiatives and challenge you to rethink existing strategies. GreyWorks 2011 is a mix of formal presentation, exercises, and informal discussion. During the afternoon wrap-up, participants will together draft a consensus document indicating future trends and directions for grey literature.
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