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Grey literature in Australian education

@inproceedings{White2013GreyLI,
  title={Grey literature in Australian education},
  author={Gerald White and Julian Thomas and Paul R. Weldon and Amanda Lawrence and Helen Galatis and Jessica Tyndall},
  year={2013}
}
The prevalence of informal publishing or grey literature in education appears to have increased as digital technologies have become main-stream, educators have become more proficient and policies have moved increasingly towards supporting its use. In addition, the take up of social networking technologies and innovative methods of digital publishing have encouraged educators to produce, distribute and share content and commentary. Grey literature may make a substantial contribution to education… 

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