Discussion Notes on End-of-Career and End-of-Project Research Collections and Relative Merits of Journal Articles, In-house Publications, and “Grey” Literature
Scaramozzino, Jeanine M.
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During the opening session of the 45th IAMSLIC meeting in Port Aransas, Texas, Jeff Paine of the Bureau of Economic Geology (geoscience research unit and geological survey of Texas) asked the more than 40 assembled marine science librarians to (1) suggest general steps that would facilitate archiving, retaining, and accessing materials at end-of-career and end-of-project stages (a major issue at many research institutions across the sciences), and (2) comment on the relative merit of peer-reviewed journal articles and in-house research entity publications.
Notes from discussion at the Conference
Suggested CitationArticle: Scaramozzino, Jeanine M., "Discussion Notes on End-of-Career and End-of-Project Research Collections and Relative Merits of Journal Articles, In-house Publications, and “Grey” Literature", https://hdl.handle.net/1912/25189
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