Literature that is NOT published in traditional sources such as books and journals is referred to as “Grey Literature”.
Conference proceedings and theses are the most common types of Grey Literature in the academic context, but examples also include technical and research reports, government publications, policy papers, annual reports, fact sheets, maps, geological surveys and statistics.
See the following page for more information about Grey Literature.
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