Presented at the 7th Grey Literature (GL7) Conference: Open Access to Grey Resources, December 5-6, 2005
Compiled and edited by Dominic J. Farace and Jerry Frantzen
GreyNet, Grey Literature Network Service, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Abstract (from University of Arizona Campus Repository)
This paper argues that the distinction between grey and non-grey (or white) literature will become less relevant over time, as online discovery options proliferate. In the meantime, the political success of the open access publishing movement has valuable lessons for proponents of increasing access to grey literature.