TABLE D-2 Grey and Unpublished Literature

Information Sourcea

Description

Lexis-Nexis

Includes 9,000 newspapers, news magazines, transcripts, the Congressional Record, the Federal Register, public laws, law review journals, and case law. (A subscription is required.)

New York Academy of Medicine Grey Literature Page

Focuses on grey literature resources from the medical field and includes an extensive listing of agencies and organizations that produce health-related materials. The site also features a quarterly Grey Literature Report listing many items that are available free of charge online. (http://www.nyam.org/library/pages/grey_literature_report)

University of Maryland Libraries Virtual Technical Reports Central

Contains links to institutions that produce grey literature, such as technical reports, preprints, reprints, dissertations, theses, and research reports of all kinds. The institutions listed provide either full-text reports or searchable extended abstracts of technical reports on the Internet. (http://www.lib.umd.edu/ENGIN/TechReports/Virtual-TechReports.html)

a Note that a subscription may be required to gain full access to some of these databases.



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