Forthcoming – TGJ Volume 15, Number 2, Summer 2019

Forthcoming – TGJ Volume 15, Number 2, Summer 2019
Open Access to Grey Research Data
Contents – ISSN 1574-1796

Editor’s Note

When is ‘grey’ too ‘grey’? A case of grey data
Dobrica Savić, Nuclear Information Section, International Atomic Energy Agency, NIS-IAEA, United Nations

Legal Issues Surrounding the Collection, Use and Access to Grey Data in the University Setting: How Data Policies Reflect the Political Will of Organizations
Tomas A. Lipinski, School of Information Studies; University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; Kathrine A. Henderson; LibSource, A LAC-Group Company, United States

On Open Access to Research Data: Experiences and Reflections from DANS
Emilie Kraaikamp, Marjan Grootveld, Hella Hollander, and Dirk Roorda, Data Archiving and Networked Services, DANS-KNAW, Netherlands

Open Data engages Citation and Reuse: A Follow-up Study on Enhanced Publication
Dominic Farace, Jerry Frantzen, GreyNet International, Netherlands; Joachim Schöpfel, University of Lille, France

The Q-Codes: Metadata, Research Data, and Desiderata, Oh My! Improving Access to Grey Literature
Melissa P. Resnick [et al], University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, United States

When the Virtual Becomes Reality: An Environmental Scan of the Presence of Virtual Reality and Artificial Intelligence in Health and Cancer Care Environments
Marcus Vaska, Alberta Health Services, Canada

ON THE NEWS FRONT                                                                                                                                                

GL21 Conference Call for Posters
Twenty-First International Conference on Grey Literature
‘Open Science Encompasses New Forms of Grey Literature’
TIB, German National Library of Science and Technology
Hannover, Germany ● October 22-23, 2019


GreyForum Series – Amsterdam, 5 September 2019
‘Grey Literature and the Circular Economy’

Seminar organized by GreyNet International together with the
Amsterdam based platform