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Measuring Reuse of Institutionally-Hosted Grey Literature

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Description: Conference paper for presentation given at the Twentieth International Conference on Grey Literature (GL20) in December 2018. First published in the GL20 Conference Proceedings, February 2019.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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Abstract Grey literature is often hosted in digital libraries such as institutional repositories (IRs) and managed by digital librarians who are tasked with proving the value of these collections. Newly developed multimedia COUNTER standards for IRs help guide collection and analysis of standardized use data but lack qualitative or storytelling measures that can add much needed nuance to assessmen...

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