What is Grey literature? This term refers to government reports, policy statements and issues papers, conference proceedings, research reports, market reports, working papers. They are not distributed or indexed by commercial publishers. Many of these documents can be difficult to locate and obtain.
supersedes OpenSigle from mid 2011, - System for Information on Grey Literature in Europe
The databases listed below feature the "cited by" function, enabling users to view the number of citations a particular article has received since publication:
Click the Get it tab for print versions information such as location/call number and availability.
Click the View Online tab (if available) to view information (ie date range information) for electronic version.
Journals, also referred to as serials, periodicals, or magazines often contain more up-to-date information than books. Many are now available electronically. Listed are a selection of available online journals. There are many other relevant journals and journal articles accessible via Library databases.