Fifteenth International Conference on Grey Literature
Prof. Dr. Debbie Rabina, Pratt Institute
Debbie Rabina is associate professor at Pratt Institute, School of Information and Library Science. Her research and teaching are within the areas of information policy, official information and scholarly communication, and informed by the belief that societies that exercise a policy of open dissemination of and access to information are those that allow their citizenry to achieve personal and societal goals. Debbie is immediate past member of the Depository Library Council, an advisory board to the Public Printer of the United States, heads and World Information Societies and Environments concentration at Pratt and is a member of the Content working group of the Library of Congress, National Digital Stewardship Alliance. She publishes regularly in the LIS field, most recently in Journal of Documentation, JELIS, Advances in Librarianship and The Grey Journal.
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Fourteenth International Conference on Grey Literature
Tracking Innovation through Grey Literature
29-30 November 2012
National Research Council, CNR Rome, Italy
Fourteenth International Conference on Grey Literature: Tracking Innovation through Grey Literature, 29‑30 November 2012 at CNR Rome, Italy / compiled by D. Farace and J. Frantzen ; GreyNet, Grey Literature Network Service. Amsterdam : TextRelease, February 2013. – 192 p. – Author Index. – (GL conference series, ISSN 1386-2316 ; No. 14). - CVTISR, EBSCO, FEDLINK-Library of Congress, INIST-CNRS, ISTI-CNR, NIS-IAEA, NTK, and NYAM are Corporate Authors and Associate Members of GreyNet International.
These conference proceedings contain the full text of 25 papers presented during the two days of plenary and poster sessions. The papers appear in the same order as in the conference program book. Included is an author index with the names of over 70 contributing authors/coauthors along with their biographical notes. A list of more than 50 participating organizations as well as sponsored advertisements are likewise published in these conference proceedings. ISBN: 978-90-77484-20-3
The further rise of electronic publishing has come to change the scale and diversity of grey literature facing librarians and other information practitioners. This compiled work brings together research and authorship over the past decade dealing with both the supply and demand sides of grey literature. While this book is written with students and instructors of Colleges and Schools of Library and Information Science in mind, it likewise serves as a reader for information professionals working in any and all like knowledge-based communities.ISBN 978-3-598-11793-0
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