The role of eprint archives in the access to, and dissemination of, scientific grey literature: LIZA - a case study by the National Libraryof Portugal

@article{Correia2002TheRO,
  title={The role of eprint archives in the access to, and dissemination of, scientific grey literature: LIZA - a case study by the National Libraryof Portugal},
  author={Ana Maria Ramalho Correia and Miguel de Castro Neto},
  journal={Journal of Information Science},
  year={2002},
  volume={28},
  pages={231 - 241}
}
  • A. Correia, M. Neto
  • Published 1 June 2002
  • Computer Science
  • Journal of Information Science
Grey literature is now universally recognized as an important information resource. For industrial and business organizations, it contains much knowledge and know-how that are vital business assets. Grey literature in an R&D environment can represent the cutting edge of this knowledge, so its efficient management is essential. The increasing possibilities brought about by electronic scholarly publishing, in the context of scholarly information communication, together with the developments of… 

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