Amanda Lawrence


To ensure that the publications and datasets produced from this research project are available for the long term a project archive has been set up on Zenodo at

All of the datasets and questionnaires have been uploaded to one record:

Most publications from the project have been uploaded and I will add vidoes and slides shortly.

This website has also been archived a number of times by the Internet Archive

Many resources are also available at

As this research has shown, maintaining access to funded research outputs can be very difficult. This website is likely to go offline at some point therefore I encourage you to use the Zenodo archive for any citations or links.

Thanks for your interest in this project. I am still very interested in the issue of research publishing and public policy so get in touch if you would like to discuss further.


The Grey Literature Strategies project was an Australian Research Council funded Linkage research project running from 2012 to 2015. The project has now concluded with the final report and data delivered to partners along with other publications and data.

Thank you to all the partners, survey respondents and interviewees who contributed to the project. Research in related areas of informal publishing, research communication and public policy are continuing with various members of the research team.

Make sure your web content is published professionally with this quick one-page guide and checklist.

This book chapter for the Digital Asia Hub, published in 2015, considers the issues of ongoing access to research in the digital environment and the kinds of infrastructure that is required.

This conference paper from VALA conference, 2016 discusses public policy and grey literature use and management and the work of Australian Policy Online in developing its open access document and data digital library.