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Title: The University Teachers’ Attitude Towards Grey Literature: A Survey Led at the University Constantine 2
Authors: Bouderbane, Azzedine 
Gamouh, Nadjia 
Benkaid Kesba,Teboura 
Affiliations: Library Science and Documentation Institute 
Library Science and Documentation Institute 
Keywords: Scientific Research;Grey Literature;University Teachers’ Attitude,;Institutional Digital Repository;Qualitative Study;University Constantine 2
Date: 24-Oct-2018
Conference: 11th Conference on Grey Literature and Repositories 
Scientific research requires the collection of a variety of information gathered from diverse resources. Grey literature is one of the information resources that may enrich researchers’ scientific works, but, in some situations, some users may not have a positive attitude towards grey literature for various reasons. We led a qualitative study at the University Constantine 2 where we arranged an interview with a representative sample of university teachers. The descriptive approach was adopted. Significant results will be presented to the audience of the conference.
Rights: Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 United States
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