Data Archiving and Networked Services, DANS (Netherlands) ● Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information, KISTI (South Korea) ● Nuclear Information Section of the International Atomic Energy Agency, NIS-IAEA (Austria) ● Institute of Information Science and Technologies, ISTI-CNR (Italy) ● Slovak Centre of Scientific and Technical Information, CVTISR (Slovak Republic) ● EBSCO Publishing (USA) ● FEDLINK, Library of Congress (USA) ● Institute for Scientific and Technical Information, Inist-CNRS (France) ● New York Academy of Medicine, NYAM (USA) ● National Library of Technology, NTK (Czech Republic)
GreyNet Award Recipient 2014
Kiyoshi Ikeda, JAEA
Kiyoshi Ikeda works as a librarian at the Central Library of Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA). He also currently works as the chief of International Nuclear Information System (INIS) and Nuclear Information Management Section of JAEA. Since 2011, he has been in charge of selection and classification for INIS Database input data. He joined Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute (JAERI, former JAEA) in 2004, and has been working for acquisition of library materials (domestic/foreign books, journals, technical reports and proceedings). From 2007 to 2010, he had been working for editing work at “JAEA Reports” and “JAEA R&D Review” which are grey literature. From 2008 to 2013, he has also been a member of editorial committee of the Japan Special Libraries Association (JSLA). He holds a degree in library and information science (M.A.) from the Graduate School at the University of Library and Information Science in Japan.
"Ikeda's work in collecting, organizing, and disseminating data and information on nuclear accidents and in particular the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station Accident has earned him the GreyNet Award for Outstanding Achievement in the field of Grey Literature that will be presented during GreyNet's 11th Annual Award Dinner on December 7, 2014."
GreyNet Committees and Chairpersons 2014
GreyNet's Infrastructure 2014
Mission Statement The Grey Literature Network Service was founded in 1992. The goal of GreyNet is to facilitate dialog, research, and communication between persons and organisations in the field of grey literature. GreyNet further seeks to identify and distribute information on and about grey literature in networked environments. Its main activities include the International Conference Series on Grey Literature, the creation and maintenance of web-based resources, a moderated Listserv, a combined Distribution List, The Grey Journal (TGJ), as well as curriculum development in the field of grey literature.
Grey Literature is a field in library and Information science that deals with the production, distribution, and access to multiple document types produced on all levels of government, academics, business, and organization in electronic and print formats not controlled by commercial publishing i.e. where publishing is not the primary activity of the producing body.
Fifteenth International Conference on Grey Literature : The Grey Audit, A Field Assessment in Grey Literature, 2‑3 December 2013 / compiled by D. Farace and J. Frantzen ; GreyNet International, Grey Literature Network Service. Amsterdam : TextRelease, March 2014. – 196 p. – Author Index. – (GL conference series, ISSN 1385 2316 ; No. 15)
CVTISR, EBSCO, FEDLINK-LC, Inist-CNRS, ISTI-CNR, KISTI, NIS-IAEA, NTK, and NYAM are corporate authors and Associate Members of GreyNet International. These conference proceedings contain the full text of 26 papers presented during the two days of plenary and poster sessions. The papers appear in the same order as in the conference program book. Included is an Author index with the names of 78 contributing authors/researchers along with their biographical notes. A list of more than 50 participating organizations as well as sponsored advertisements are likewise published in these conference proceedings.
The further rise of electronic publishing has come to change the scale and diversity of grey literature facing librarians and other information practitioners. This compiled work brings together research and authorship over the past decade dealing with both the supply and demand sides of grey literature. While this book is written with students and instructors of Colleges and Schools of Library and Information Science in mind, it likewise serves as a reader for information professionals working in any and all like knowledge-based communities.ISBN 978-3-598-11793-0
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