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About Grey Literature
Grey literature includes government reports, health organizations and NGO websites, and conference proceedings. These resources can be difficult to track down because they are often not indexed or formally published.
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Accessing Grey Literature
Accessing Gray Literature
Answers the questions: What is gray literature? What formats does it come in? How can I use it in my research? How can I get it? Can I see a sample search?
APA PsycNET provides an online tutorial.
Often, Google can be the best tool to search for documents and reports published on the web.
Grey Literature Resources
Other sources of information include: