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Grey Literature 101

Grey Literature 101

Have you ever considered working with non-peer reviewed information such as: white papers, conference presentations, government reports, news and media, etc., but not sure where to start? These kinds of resources, commonly referred to as “Grey Literature” are often overlooked but can be very valuable to your research. Whether you’re conducting a Systematic Review or just interested in learning more, join this 1.5 hour workshop to learn how grey literature is defined, and how it varies across disciplines; the gaps grey literature can fill; how to appraise the quality of grey literature; and how to find grey literature.

If you want to receive credit for this workshop, please sign up through PDN: https://profdev.tlos.vt.edu/browse/researchdiscovery/courses/lib81-032921

If you are an individual with a disability and desire an accommodation, please email library-event-accessibility-g@vt.edu at least 10 business days prior to the event.

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Date:
Monday, March 29, 2021
Time:
2:00pm - 3:30pm
Audience:
    Alumni       Beginners       Faculty/Staff       Graduate Students       Public       Undergraduates  
Categories:
    Workshop  

Registration is required. There are 15 seats available.

Event Contact

Kiri DeBose
Amanda MacDonald
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Rachel Miles
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Cozette Comer

Evidence Synthesis Librarian