Answered By: Keith Nockels Last Updated: Sep 15, 2020 Views: 1
Open Grey is a multidisciplinary open access repository which provides references to “grey literature” (including theses, conference papers, technical reports) from major European research institutions covering the social sciences, science and some humanities. It succeeds the former system OpenSIGLE. 700,000 citations spanning over 25 years are currently available. It also includes preprints from the GL conferences (GreyNet International) in full text.
How to export from Open Grey to RefWorks
You can only export one record at a time.
Click the record title to display the full record.
Select the text, starting at the Title heading. Copy it.
In RefWorks, go to References > Import. Select Endeavor Voyager as the Import Filter/Data Source and Antioch New England (WebVoyage)(Full Format) as the Database.
Then click the From Text option and paste the copied data, and click Import.
(Thanks to RefWorks for this solution)
Accessing full text from Open Grey
University of Leicester members should not use the “Order @ INIST” button within Open Grey, but should check the Library catalogue to see if the Library has the item. Library members with inter library loans rights can approach Document Supply to discuss getting the item from another library.