OpenSIGLE, Home to GreyNet's Research Community and its Grey Literature Collections: Initial Results and a Project Proposal

Abstract : In 1980, some major European scientific information centres established the “System for Information on Grey Literature in Europe” (SIGLE) to provide access to European grey literature and to improve bibliographic coverage. August 23, 2006, the Luxemburg Register of Commerce and Societies published the liquidation of the association EAGLE that produced the SIGLE database until 2005. Nevertheless, the former EAGLE member consented to preserve the European co-operation for grey literature and to transform the 1980 model into a sustainable network in the emerging environment of open access to scientific information. The French INIST developed OpenSIGLE based on MIT software (DSpace). The communication describes the 2e phase of the project - loading of records, integration of the fullt text of GreyNet's documents - and its perspectives.
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GL10 Tenth International Conference on Grey Literature: Designing the Grey Grid for Information Society. Amsterdam, 8-9 December 2008., Dec 2008, Netherlands


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Dominic Farace, Jerry Frantzen, Christiane Stock, Nathalie Henrot, Joachim Schöpfel. OpenSIGLE, Home to GreyNet's Research Community and its Grey Literature Collections: Initial Results and a Project Proposal. GL10 Tenth International Conference on Grey Literature: Designing the Grey Grid for Information Society. Amsterdam, 8-9 December 2008., Dec 2008, Netherlands. <sic_00379643>

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