The main thrust of GreyNet’s work in research and development along with
its ability to sustain a range of products and services in the field of grey literature
is thanks to partnerships and agreements with leading organizations
in both public and private sectors
GreyNet International reached an agreement with the German National Library of Science and Technology that its conference presentations in the annaul GL-Series would be archived and made openly accessible in the TIB AV-Portal.
July 1, 2013
GreyNet International has joined with the Institute of Information Science and Technologies of the National Research Council of Italy (ISTI-CNR) in the development and promotion of the GreyGuide Repository, an online guide to proposed and published good practices in grey literature.
Data Archiving and Networked Services
May 14, 2012
GreyNet International and DANS, Data Archiving and Networked Services, agreed to the submission of research data issuing from the International Conference Series on Grey Literature and the further crossing-linking of this data to their corresponding records in the OpenGrey Repository.
FedGrey Working Group
December 5, 2011
GreyNet International and FEDLINK of the Library of Congress signed a Memorandum of Understanding on behalf of the newly established FedGrey Working Group in order to further cooperation in the areas of research, publication, open access, education and training in the field of grey literature.
December 14, 2009
GreyNet and ICSTI, International Council for Scientific and Technical Information signed a Partnership Agreement during the GL11 Conference Reception in the Library of Congress. At the very onset of the Partnership, ICSTI will lend to GreyNet a multilaterial base, while GreyNet will provide ICSTI with an opportunity to further broaden its information activities to the social sciences and humanities.
November 21, 2007
GreyNet signed an agreement with INIST-CNRS to provide the metadata and corresponding full-text papers from the International Conference Series on Grey Literature for entry in the OpenGrey (formerly OpenSIGLE) Repository. With INIST-CNRS as service provider and GreyNet as a data provider the OpenGrey Repository has become a crossroads for subject based and cross-disciplinary grey literature as well as research in this field of library and information science.
April 7, 2006
GreyNet signed on to GLISC, Grey Literature International Steering Committee, and is one of the corporate authors of the "Guidelines for the production of scientific and technical reports: How to write and distribute Grey Literature".
April 28, 2005
TextRelease, an independent publisher in the field of grey literature, entered into an electronic licensing relationship with EBSCO Publishing, the world's most prolific aggregator of full text journals, magazines and other sources. The full text of The Grey Journal (TGJ), An International Journal on Grey Literature, can now be accessed via EBSCO's LISTA-FT database.
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