Where is the evidence 2013: recognising the value of grey literature for policy and practiceis the second conference organised by the Grey Literature Strategies project being held on Monday 11 November at the State Library of Victoria in Melbourne.
We have TWO FREE TICKETS to give away worth $250 which covers lunch and the full day conference.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with 'Grey literature 2013 Competition' as the subject by midnight Friday 18 October to go in the draw.
Winners will be drawn and notified by email on Monday 21 October and we would like winners to confirm then can attend by the end of the day.
More information on the conference is available here
Earlybird registration is now open for the 2nd Australian Grey Literature Conference : Recognising the Value of Grey Literature.
The conference will be held in Melbourne at the State Library of Victoria on Monday 11th November 2013 from 8.30am - 5.00pm.
Speakers include international keynote speaker, Keith Jeffery from the UK, Australian grey literature researchers, information professionals and government policy makers. The afternoon session will include Conversation Cafe style workshops focussing on grey literature topic areas such as Health and Government Policy.
Do you use government reports, academic working papers, discussion papers, etc for your work? If so we'd love to hear from you so we can find ways to improve their access and use - and save you time and effort.
Grey literature is the subject of an ABC Radio National Big Ideas program - Grey literature: digital scholarship or digital dust - broadcast Tuesday 26 February at 8pm and also available as a podcast. The program will feature Prof Julian Thomas, Director of the Swinburne Institute for Social Research and chief investigator on the Grey Literature Strategies project along with highlights from the final panel discussion moderated by Crikey's Bernhard Keane
The GLS project will be presenting a paper and a workshop on grey literature covering current issues and strategies for the future at the Information Online conference in Brisbane, 12 - 15 February 2013