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Academic libraries
[Anonymous].  2010.  2010 top ten trends in academic libraries. College & Research Libraries News. 71(6):286-292.
[Anonymous].  2010.  Academic Libraries Value Report Available. American Libraries. 41(11):12-12.
[Anonymous].  2010.  Open access couLd cost some universities dear, says Jisc report. Library & Information Update. 9(3):8-8.
Adebonojo L, Ellis M, Campbell K, Hawkins M.  2010.  Redirecting library instruction based on socioeconomic data. Reference Services Review. 38(3):398-416.
Aerni SE, King DW.  2006.  Contingent valuation in academic and public libraries. ARL Assessment Conference. Charlottesville, VA
Akers C.  2011.  ESULA: changing perceptions of the academic library through student activism. Reference Services Review. 39(1):123-131.
Alharbi A, Middleton M.  2012.  The relationship between academic library usage and educational performance in Kuwait. Library Management. 33(1/2):86-94.
Allard S L.  2003.  Innovation in a university social system: The adoption of electronic theses and dissertations digital libraries. Ph.D.:188.
Allen L, Baker N, Wilson J, Creamer K, Consiglio D.  2013.  Analyzing the MISO Data: Broader Perpectives on Library and Computing Trends. Evidence Based Library & Information Practice. 8(2):129-138.
Asemi A, Kazempour Z, Rizi HAshrafi.  2010.  Using LibQUAL(+)(TM) to improve services to libraries A report on academic libraries of Iran experience. Electronic Library. 28(4):568-579.
Babalhavaeji F, Isfandyari-Moghaddam A, Aqili SVahid, Shakooii A.  2010.  Quality assessment of academic libraries' performance with a special reference to information technology-based services Suggesting an evaluation checklist. Electronic Library. 28(4):592-621.
Badia G.  2013.  Faculty Knowledge of Information Literacy Standards Has an Impact in the Classroom. Evidence Based Library & Information Practice. 8(2):242-244.
Baker G.  2010.  University Investment in the Library, Phase II: An International Study of the Library's Value to the Grant Process. The Changing Face of Scientific Research & the Resources that Evolve to Support It (12/1/10).
Bancroft AF, Croft VF, Speth R, Phillips DM.  1998.  A forward-looking library use survey: WSU libraries in the 21st century. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 24(3):216-224.
Bangert S R, Lindauer B G.  1995.  Accreditation: opportunities for library leadership. College & Research Libraries News. 56(10):697-699.
Baptista Melo L, Pacheco Pires C.  2011.  Measuring the economic value of the electronic scientific information services in Portuguese academic libraries. Journal of Librarianship and Information Science. 43(3):146-56.
Baptista Melo L, Pires C.  2009.  The Impact of the Electronic Resources in Portuguese Academic Libraries: Results of a Qualitative Survey. Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries: Theory and Applications: Proceedings of the International Conference on QQML2009. :455.
Begay W, Lee DR, Martin J, Ray M.  2004.  Quantifying Qualitative Data: Using LibQUAL+ Comments for Library-Wide Planning Activities at the University of Arizona. Journal of Library Administration. 40(3/4):111-119.
Bennett C, Bodnar J.  2010.  Academic Engagement in the Library Commons. Public Services Quarterly. 6(1):43-47.
Besara R, Kinsley K.  2011.  Academic libraries–measuring up: assessment and collaboration for student success. New Library World. 112(9/10):416-424.
Blixrud JC.  2001.  Establishing a Role for Research Libraries in Learning Outcomes Assessment Programs. Journal of Library Administration. 35(4):27-28.
Blixrud JC.  2001.  The Continuing Quest for New Measures. Journal of Library Administration. 35(4):25-26.
Blixrud JC.  2001.  Issues in Research Library Measurement. Journal of Library Administration. 35(4):3-5.
Bodnar J.  2009.  Information and learning commons, faculty and student benefits. New Library World. 110(9/10):403-409;7p.
Booth A.  2009.  A Bridge Too Far? Stepping Stones for Evidence Based Practice in an Academic Context New Review of Academic Librarianship. 15(1):3-34.

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