Communicating the value of international grey literature: The Aquatic Sciences and Fisheries Abstracts experience
In collaboration with its partners, ASFA has worked across multiple platforms to raise awareness and understanding of the effective promotion of grey literature to the managers and users of this valuable information source. This chapter presents the outreach activities, promotional materials, and training sessions that have been successfully implemented to achieve this aim, and reflects on both successes and areas where improvements are yet to be made.
Vicary, T., Kalentsits, M., Lim, F., & Superio, D. (2022). Communicating the value of international grey literature: The Aquatic Sciences and Fisheries Abstracts experience. In M. Leonard & S. E. Thomas (Eds.), Managing Grey Literature: Technical Services Perspectives (pp. 81–100). Chicago: ALA Editions.
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