Grey literature refers to both published and unpublished research material where; the producing body's primary activity is not publishing. Examples include: standards, webinars, videos, committee reports, working papers, speeches, company reports, expert witness, government policy, patents, workflows, protocols, procedures, guidelines, curriculum, Hansard, submissions to inquiries, government reports, changing the national discourse
There are a number of sources where grey literature can be found. The Internet is now a major source for dissemination and retrieval of grey literature and often is a good starting point to a topic area:
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