Last Updated: Jul 25, 2012
- SRC Grey Literature - Tips and Checklist
There are three specific categories of grey literature that we search: Regulatory Information, Trial Registries, Abstracts and Conferences. On the tracking worksheet there is a list all the sources the SRC routinely searches (bulleted titles) for its own reports, others listed serve as reminders that they are available if further research is needed or if somebody asks for suggestions of additional places to locate grey literature. [From Robin Paynter at the SRC at OHSU]
- Searching for Grey Literature
database from University of British Columbia
- Resources for finding unpublished research (ACRL)
Based on an article in C&RL News, March 2004, this section lists Web sites that aid in understanding the nature of gray literature as well as various search tools.
- Finding the hard to finds - searching for Grey Literature
Powerpoint presentation on finding Grey Literature. (UBC - Dean Giustini)
- Grey Literature
course syllabus from University of British Columbia
- Gray Literature
- Grey Matters! Find Grey literature
Grey matters: a practical search tool for evidence-based medicine. The Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health (CADTH) is a national body that provides Canada’s federal, provincial and territorial health care decision makers with credible, impartial advice and evidence-based information about the effectiveness and efficiency of drugs and other health technologies.