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Return on investment
Association of Research Libraries.  2011.  ARL Library Assessment Forum in New Orleans.
Aabø S.  2009.  Libraries and return on investment (ROI): a meta-analysis. New Library World. 110(7/8):311-324.
Adamich T.  2010.  Context and Relationships, Past and Present: The Role of Authority in Information Discovery. Knowledge Quest. 38(3):66-70.
Bailey P.  2011.  How Library Management Systems can demonstrate value for money from information and library services. Business Information Review. 28(2):119-125.
Baker G, Wise K.  2010.  Electronic Access and Research Efficiences - Some Preliminary Findings from the University of Tennessee Library's Return on Investment ROI Analysis. Electronic Resources & Libraries.
Balas JL.  2011.  online treasures. Can Libraries Prove Their Value Through ROI? Computers in Libraries. 31(9):31-31.
Bravo B R, Díez M L A.  2011.  An Analysis of the Use of Electronic Journals in a Spanish Academic Context: Developments and Profitability. Serials Review. 37(3):181-195.
Brewer TK.  2007.  Use of Phillip's five level training evaluation and return on investment framework in the United States non-profit sector. Ph.D.:172.
Brophy P, Craven J, Markland M, University, Manchester Metropolitan C for R, Information M.  2006.  Libraries without walls 6 : evaluating the distributed delivery of library services. :242p..
Bundy A.  2011.  Dollars, Sense, and Public Libraries. APLIS. 24(2):55-55.
Carr PL.  2011.  Assessing Return on Investment for E-Resources: A Cross-Institutional Analysis of Cost-Per-Use Data. 2011 ALA Midwinter Meeting.
Carrigan DP.  1992.  Improving Return on Investment: A Proposal for Allocating the Book Budget. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 18(5):292-297.
Cecchino NJ.  2010.  A Systematic Approach to Developing an Online Medical Library. Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries. 7(3):218-227.
Charlton K, Osterweil C.  2005.  Measuring Return on Investment in executive education: a quest to meet client needs or pursuit of the Holy Grail? Ashridge Journal. 2005(Autumn):6-13.
Conner ML.  2002.  How do I measure return on investment (ROI) for my learning program. Training and Learning FAQs.
Wisconsin Technology Council.  2009.  The Economic Value of Academic Research and Development in Wisconsin.
Coyle K.  2006.  Technology and the Return on Investment. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 32(5):537-539.
Elliott D.  2007.  Measuring your library's value : how to do a cost-benefit analysis for your public library. :181p..
Gebhardt J A.  2002.  Correlates of 'return on investment' and organizational factors: A study of high and low ROI strategic business units and intangibles. Ph.D.:127.
Griffiths J M, King DW.  2011.  A Strong Future for Public Library Use and Employment.
Griffiths J M, King DW, Tomer C, Lynch T, Harrington J.  2004.  Taxpayer return on investment in Florida public libraries: Summary report.
Grudin J.  2004.  Return on investment and organizational adoption. ACM conference on Computer supported cooperative work. Chicago, Ill.:324-327.
Grzeschik K.  2010.  Return on investment (ROI) in German libraries :The Berlin School of Library and Information Science and the University Library at the Humboldt University, Berlin - a case study. The Bottom Line. 23(4):141-201.
Gupta MP, Jana D.  2003.  E-government evaluation: a framework and case study. Government Information Quarterly. 20(4):365-387.
Hartman J.LJanecek.  2007.  Tribal college and universities return on investment (TCU ROI) conceptual model. Ph.D.:142.

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