National Repository of Grey Literature 8 records found  Search took 0.02 seconds. 
Out of Scope? Open science monitoring and grey literature
Schöpfel, Joachim ; Prost, Hélène
The paper will assess if and how the EU and the French Open Science Monitors provide qualitative and quantitative data on grey literature such as conference papers, theses and dissertations, reports, working papers or preprints. How is grey literature included in their data sources, in the methodology and indicators, in published surveys and case studies? The authors will contact the Monitor project teams to learn more about their future projects and if they intend to give more importance to the non-commercial part of academic communication.
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Jsou starší vysokoškolské kvalifikační práce skutečně „šedé“? Pár komentářů k dědictví vědy a k šedé literatuře
Schöpfel, Joachim ; Prost, Hélène ; Ćirković, Snježana
Grey literature is often described as unpublished material, disseminated outside of commercial channels, not peer-reviewed and with limited referencing of information. Especially in the field of digitization projects, the term is also applied for older material and special collections. The objective of the paper is to analyse the meaning of “grey scientific heritage” and, based on empirical and conceptual elements, to contribute to a better understanding of grey literature. Special attention will be paid on older theses and dissertations (OTDs), as a main part of scientific heritage from universities.
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Dizertace a výzkumná data
Schöpfel, Joachim ; Prost, Hélène
What do we know about data behaviours and needs of PhD students, especially in social sciences and humanities? How can academic libraries improve the research data management (RDM) of PhD students? How can they contribute to curation, preservation and sharing of research data related to electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs)? Which are realistic goals? The workshop will provide an introduction and overview of the field and help to better understand the challenge of RDM for academic libraries. It will describe the different RDM projects on the social sciences and humanities campus of the University of Lille, in particular the PhD training program and the development of a RDM infrastructure for the storage, preservation and sharing of research data related to ETDs. A large part of the workshop will be reserved for the discussion of the participants’ local initiatives, projects and questions.
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Research and Development in the Field of Research Data and Dissertations: The D4Humanities Project at the University of Lille (France)
Schöpfel, Joachim ; Prost, Hélène ; Malleret, Cécile
The paper presents the research project D4Humanities conducted by the GERIICO laboratory at the University of Lille in the fi eld of research data management (RDM). In particular, we will describe the development of a local workfl ow for the submission of research data related to PhD dissertations and the connection to the national RDM infrastructure Huma-Num (deposit, preservation and dissemination of research data via the NAKALA service), along with our RDM training program for PhD students.
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Making data in PhD dissertations reusable for research
Schöpfel, Joachim ; Malleret, Cécile
How can an academic library contribute to make data submitted together with PhD dissertations useful for further research? Our paper provides some recommendations for information professionals, based on a review of studies and projects and on empirical evidence from a content analysis of data sources and types from 300 print and digital dissertations in social sciences and humanities (1987–2013) and a survey on data management conducted with more than 300 scientists and PhD students in April and May 2015 on the Lille campus.
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Grey Literature Repositories
Pejšová, Petra ; Vaska, Marcus ; Schöpfel, Joachim ; Fürstová, Iveta ; Polčák, Radim ; Mach, Jan ; Frantíková, Bohdana ; Karlach, Petr ; Dolanský, Jindřich ; Svoboda, Martin
The book Grey Literature Repositories provides information about the concept of grey literature, its development, types, and producers in the European context, with a focus on the Czech Republic. The example of the National Repository of Grey Literature, practically implemented in the National Technical Library, is given to illustrate how such a repository may be built. The most important factors in the success of such project are cooperation and legislation. The book presents the components necessary to construct a repository from a practical viewpoint, namely analysis, selection and implementation of software, creation of the metadata format and audit of repository credibility.
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Towards a Prague Definition of Grey Literature
Schöpfel, Joachim
The most common definition of grey literature, the so-called ‘Luxembourg definition’, was discussed and approved during the 3rd International Conference on Grey Literature in 1997. In 2004, at the 6th International Conference on Grey literature in New York City, a postscript was added. The main characteristic of this definition is its economic perspective on grey literature, based on business, publishing and distribution models of the disappearing Gutenberg galaxy. With the changing research environment and new channels of scientific communication, it becomes clear that grey literature needs a new conceptual framework.
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