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While we’re on the subject, go have yourself a whole conference on grey literature in Antwerp, if you want to:

Here’s the program:

DAY ONE

9:00-10:30

OPENING SESSION
Chair, Dr. Geert Van Grootel, Department of Economy, Science and Innovation; Flemish Government, Belgium

Welcome Address, Representative Flemish Government
Keynote Address, Prof. Dr. Claudia Lux, President-Elect IFLA and Director General ZLB, Germany
Opening Paper, Greyscape by Keith G. Jeffery, CCLRC, UK and Anne Asserson, UiB, Norway

11:00-12:30

SESSION ONE – TOOLS FOR PUBLISHING, ARCHIVING, AND ACCESSING GREY LITERATURE
Chair, Julia Gelfand, University of California, Irvine Libraries, United States

Accessing grey literature in an integrated environment of scientific research information
  Elly Dijk, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, KNAW, Netherlands

Enhancing Visibility: Integrating Grey Literature in the SOWIPORT Information Cycle
  Maximilian Stempfhuber, Philipp Schaer, and Wei Shen, GESIS / Social Science Information Centre,
  IZ, Germany

Assessment and improvement of a corporate research information system
  Maria Castriotta, ISPESL Dept. of Documentation, Information and Training, Daniela Luzi,
  CNR National Institute of Population Research and Social Policies, and Mariarosaria Manco,
  LINK s.r.l, Rome, Italy

Open access to full text and ETDs in Europe: improving accessibility through the choice of 
  language? Christiane Stock, INIST-CNRS, France

13:30-15:00

SESSION TWO USE AND IMPACT OF GREY LITERATURE IN SCHOLARLY COMMUNICATION
Chair, Anne Asserson, University of Bergen, Norway

The impact of Grey Literature in the web environment: A citation analysis using Google
  Scholar Rosa Di Cesare, Daniela Luzi, Roberta Ruggieri, Istituto di Ricerche sulla Popolazione e le
  Politiche Sociali; CNR, Italy

Grey literature on bilingualism in Belgium Joachim Schöpfel, INIST-CNRS, France

The use of GL in historical journals and historical research: A bibliometric and qualitative
  approach Cees de Blaaij, Public and Academic Library of Zealand, Netherlands

Grey literature for development: Some case studies Bharati Sen, SNDT Women’s University,
  India

15:30-17:00

INFORMATION WALK-THRU PRODUCT & SERVICE REVIEWS, POSTER PRESENTATIONS

DAY TWO

09:00-10:30

SESSION THREE GREY LITERATURE IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE
Chair, Agnieszka Wenninger, GESIS Service Agency Eastern Europe, Germany

Opening Paper: Digital Documents in Grey Literature: New Challenges
  Aleksandr V. Starovoitov, Centre of Information Technologies and Systems of
  Executive State Authorities; Lev G. Titarev, International Centre for Informatics
  and Electronics; Yuri M. Bogdanov and Leonid P. Pavlov, VNTIC,The Scientific
  and Technical Information Centre of Russia

Some types of grey literature Polish specificity
  Marek Nahotko, Jagiellonian University, Poland

Grey Literature in Slovenia Traditional is solved, what’s next?
  Primoz Juznic, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

11:00-12:15

SESSION FOUR NEW FORMS OF GREY LITERATURE IN ELECTRONIC FORMATS
Chair, Dr. Joachim Schöpfel, INIST-CNRS, France

The Researchers’ Social Network and Grey Literature
  Patricia Erwin, Institute for Information Infrastructure Protection/Dartmouth College,
  United States

Virtual Reality and Establishing a Presence in Second Life: New Forms of
  Grey Literature? Kristine Ferry, Julia Gelfand, Dana Peterman, and Holly Tomren,
  University of California, Irvine, United States

Finding the Grey in the Blue: Transparency and Disclosure in Policing
  Paul Sturges and Louise Cooke, Loughborough University, United Kingdom

13:15-14:45

INFORMATION WALK-THRU PRODUCT & SERVICE REVIEWS, POSTER PRESENTATIONS
(Continued from Day One)

PANEL SESSION EDUCATION AND GREY LITERATURE
Chair, Prof. Dr. Michael Seadle, Humboldt University in Berlin, Germany (To be confirmed)

Updating Grey Literature as Distance Education Matures
  Julia Gelfand, University of California, Irvine, United States

Grey Literature in Library and Information Science Education:
  A survey of faculty, students and courses in North American LIS departments
  Debbie L. Rabina, Pratt Institute, United States

Grey Literature: A Pilot Course Program via Distance Education
   Dominic J. Farace and Jerry Frantzen; GreyNet, Netherlands; Joachim Schöpfel
   and Christiane Stock; INIST-CNRS, France

15:00-16:00

CONFERENCE RECEPTION
Delegates welcomed by a Representative of the City of Antwerp

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June 28, 2007 - Posted by | info sci, search

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