UPDATE: January 14, 2016
RECORDING AVAILABLE: https://youtu.be/e_wevkPxDDU
Date/Time: Thursday, January 14, 2016 11 AM ET
Presenter: Danielle Aloia, Special Projects Librarian, New York Academy of Medicine
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Summary: Have you heard the term Grey Literature (greylit) but don’t know what it is? This webinar will help you to understand what greylit is and why it is important. The discussion will include examples of greylit, resources that include greylit, and how and where to search for relevant greylit.
Presenter Bio: Danielle Aloia is Special Projects Librarian at The New York Academy of Medicine. She received her MSLS from Catholic University of America, in Washington, DC, in 2005, while working on the AgeLine Database at AARP. She currently manages the Grey Literature Report in Public Health. She has been involved with collecting, evaluating, and cataloging grey literature since 2005.
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