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Electronic documents in a print world: grey literature and the internet

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Research reports – or grey literature as they are also known – are now an essential part of many disciplines, including science and technology, health, environmental science and many areas of public policy.  The management of grey literature raises many issues and this article provides some background to these ongoing challenges in Australia, the United States, the United Kingdom and Europe.


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