With a focus on biomedicine and public health, this paper will demonstrate that the emerging success of open access publishing provides a model for improved access to grey literature. It will describe pioneering efforts to provide access to grey literature, and recommend ways to build upon these initiatives. Finally, it will argue that the evolution of electronic scholarship will eventually collapse the distinction between grey and non-grey literature.
Banks, M. A. (2007). How the Success of Open Access Publishing Can Stimulate Improved Access to Grey Literature. Urban Library Journal, 14 (1). Retrieved from http://academicworks.cuny.edu/ulj/vol14/iss1/38