OpenGrey Repository

Not sure how I've never seen the OpenGrey Repository before...
"The OpenGrey Repository was launched mid-2011. OpenGrey succeeds OpenSIGLE, which was an initiative by INIST-CNRS to transfer the contents of a commercial database into an open access environment - including the results of 25 years of collecting and referencing grey literature by European partners. Since 2008, GreyNet's conference preprints complement the offer on grey literature in OpenGrey by providing full-text access to research output in this field of information science. OpenGrey not only signifies a change in platform but also provides improved features for users redesigned to meet the needs of a Google generation. OpenGrey moreover closes the gap caused by the termination of the SIGLE database by reopening the way for new record entry with links to full text, research data, as well as post-publication data."

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GreyNet’s Collection of 270 Conference Preprints via OpenGrey

GreyNet's Collection is current and comprehensive providing open access to the most important research base in the field of grey literature. A unique information resource now available to LIS faculty and students, as well as a one stop source for reference librarians and information practitioners. http://www.greynet.org/opengreyrepository.html

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