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This study aims to build a better understanding of digital publishing and grey literature, whereby the War in Ukraine 2022 serves as a use case. Grey Literature is produced on all levels of government, academics, business and industry in diverse digital formats that are not controlled by commercial publishing. Survey respondents have the opportunity to answer 10 questions that take about 3 minutes to complete.
 
PARTICIPANT CONSENT FORM
 
Confidentiality
 
The results will not be publicly shared, will be de-identified, and published only in aggregate. Your identity will be kept confidential to the extent provided by law and your identity will not be revealed. All results and any related publications from this study will be anonymous.
 
Risks and benefits
 
There are no anticipated risks, nor are there any compensation or other direct benefits to you as a participant in this survey. This study may help you contribute to the aggregation of digital publishing and grey literature on the War in Ukraine 2022. This study can help to improve the understanding digital publishing and grey literature through a better understanding of how you and your organization publish on the War in Ukraine 2022.
 
Voluntary nature and withdrawal
 
You can withdraw your consent to participate at any time without consequence.   You are free to withdraw from this study at any time without penalty and free to decline to answer particular questions. If you have questions about this research protocol, please contact info@greynet.org.

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* 1. b'Do you consent to take part in this study on the terms described above in the Participant Consent Form?'

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* 2. What is your organization’s name and (if applicable) the acronym?

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* 3. What is the URL of your organization’s homepage?

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* 4. Has your organization published one or more documents on the 2022 War in Ukraine?

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* 5. If so, please provide a hyperlink or DOI to one of the publications?

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* 6. What document type best describes the publication? (e.g., Blog, Podcast, Policy Document, Report, Speech, etc.)

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* 7. Does the publication contain research data?

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* 8. Does the publication in whole or part consist of audio-visual material?

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* 9. Are you an author, co-author, or editor of the publication?

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* 10. Please enter your name and/or ORCiD along with your email address. Your ORCiD (persistent identifier) will contribute to our research on digital publishing and your email will allow us to contact you regarding the results of the project.

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