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Bhatt A.  2006.  Assessing e-collections when every e-resource has its reader, every reader has his/her e-resource, and e-resources are ever growing. Against the Grain. 18(5):24.
Blecic DD, Fiscella JB, Wiberley Jr SE.  2001.  The Measurement of Use of Web-based Information Resources: An Early Look at Vendor-supplied Data. College & Research Libraries. 62(5):434.
Brophy P.  2005.  The academic library. :233p..
Carrigan DP.  1992.  Improving Return on Investment: A Proposal for Allocating the Book Budget. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 18(5):292-297.
Case B D.  2000.  The acquisition of faculty member publications at their university libraries. Library Resources & Technical Services. 44(2):84-91.
Cecchino NJ.  2010.  A Systematic Approach to Developing an Online Medical Library. Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries. 7(3):218-227.
Chen FL, Wrynn P, Rieke JL.  2001.  Electronic journal access: how does it affect the print subscription price? Bulletin of the Medical Library Association. 89(4):363-371.
Conrad S.  2012.  Collection Development and Circulation Policies in Prison Libraries: An Exploratory Survey of Librarians in US Correctional Institutions. The Library Quarterly. 82(4):407-427.
Cornell A, Bushman B, Womack K.  2011.  Analysis of Journals that Did Not Meet Selection Criteria for Inclusion in the National Library of Medicine Collection but Have Manuscripts in PubMed Central. Journal of the Medical Library Association. 99(2):168-170.
Crawford GA.  2013.  A Citation Analysis of the Classical Philology Literature: Implications for Collection Development. Evidence Based Library & Information Practice. 8(2):214-224.
Dalton M.  2013.  There is a Lack of Standardization in the Collection Development and Circulation Policies of Prison Library Services. Evidence Based Library & Information Practice. 8(2):248-250.
Daniels K.  2010.  Got Value? Journal Collection Analysis Is Worth the Effort Medical Reference Services Quarterly. 29(3):275-285.
deVries S, Kelly R, Storm PM.  2010.  Moving Beyond Citation Analysis: How Surveys and Interviews Enhance, Enrich, and Expand Your Research Findings. College & Research Libraries. 71(5):456-466.
Dougherty RM.  1991.  Research Libraries Must Abandon the Idea That 'Bigger Is Better'. Chronicle of Higher Education. 37(40):A32-1p.
Farmer LSJ.  2009.  The Life Cycle of Digital Reference Sources. Reference Librarian. 50(2):117-136.
Gallagher J, Bauer K, Dollar DM.  2005.  Evidence-based librarianship: Utilizing data from all available sources to make judicious print cancellation decisions. Library Collections, Acquisitions, and Technical Services. 29(2):169-179.
Gorman G.E, Miller RH.  2001.  Collection Evaluation: New Measures for a New Environment. Advances in Librarianship. :67-96.
Griffin M, Lewis B.  2011.  Transforming special collections through innovative uses for LibGuides. Collection Building. 30(1):5-10.
Grigson A.  2009.  Evaluating Business Models for E-Books Through Usage Data Analysis: A Case Study from the University of Westminster. Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship. 21(1):62-74.
Hardesty L.  1988.  Use of library materials at a small liberal arts college. Collection Management. 10(3/4):61-80.
Harris L, Peterson M.  2003.  Sharing the burden: a model for consortium purchasing for health libraries. Journal of the Medical Library Association. 91(3):361-364.
Hayes R M.  1981.  The distribution of use of library materials: analysis of data from the University of Pittsburgh. Library Research. 3(3):215-260.
Hayes R M.  1992.  Measurement of Use and Resulting Access Allocation Decisions. Library & Information Science Research. 14(4):361-377.
Jaeger PT, Bertot J C, Shuler JA.  2010.  The Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP), Academic Libraries, and Access to Government Information. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 36(6):469-478.
Jain AK, Leimkuhler FF, Anderson V.  1969.  A Statistical Model of Book Use and Its Application to Book Storage Problem. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 64(328):1211-1224.