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Book Chapter
Kezar A.  2005.  Librarians enhancing student engagement: Partners in learning that build bridges. Colleges, code, and copyright: the impact of digital networks and technological controls on copyright and the dissemination of information in higher education. :16-32.
Conference Paper
Penhale SJ, Taylor N, Kirk, Jr. TG.  1997.  A Method of Measuring the Reach of a Bibliographic Instruction Program. Association of College & Research Libraries National Conference.
Journal Article
Oakleaf M, Millet MS, Kraus L.  2011.  All Together Now: Getting Faculty, Administrators, and Staff Engaged in Information Literacy Assessment. portal: Libraries and the Academy. 11(3):831-852.
Emde J, Emmett A.  2007.  Assessing information literacy skills using the ACRL standards as a guide. Reference Services Review. 35(2):210-29.
Edwards M, Kumar S, Ochoa M.  2010.  Assessing the Value of Embedded Librarians in an Online Graduate Educational Technology Course. Public Services Quarterly. 6(2-3):271-291.
Bielavitz T.  2010.  The Balanced Scorecard: A Systemic Model for Evaluation and Assessment of Learning Outcomes? Evidence Based Library & Information Practice. 5(2):35-46.
Greer K, Swanberg S, Hristova M, Switzer AT, Daniel D, Perdue SWynn.  2012.  Beyond the Web Tutorial: Development and Implementation of an Online, Self-Directed Academic Integrity Course at Oakland University. The Journal of Academic Librarianship. 38(5):251-258.
Bennett E, Brothen E.  2010.  Citation Analyses as a Prioritization Tool for Instruction Program Development. Journal of Library Administration. 50(5):425-442.
Reinsfelder TL.  2012.  Citation Analysis as a Tool to Measure the Impact of Individual Research Consultations. College & Research Libraries. 73(3):263-277.
Coulter P, Clarke S, Scamman C.  2007.  Course Grade as a Measure of the Effectiveness of One-Shot Information Literacy Instruction. Public Services Quarterly. 3(1):147-163.
Scharf D, Elliot N, Huey HA, Briller V, Joshi K.  2007.  Direct Assessment of Information Literacy using Writing Portfolios. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 33(4):462-477.
Lei Hsieh M, Holden HA.  2010.  The effectiveness of a university's single-session information literacy instruction. Reference Services Review. 38(3):458-473.
Weaver KD, Pier PM.  2010.  Embedded Information Literacy in the Basic Oral Communication Course: From Conception through Assessment. Public Services Quarterly. 6(2-3):259-270.
Emmons M, Martin W.  2002.  Engaging Conversation: Evaluating the Contribution of Library Instruction to the Quality of Student Research. College & Research Libraries. 63(6):545-560.
Akers C.  2011.  ESULA: changing perceptions of the academic library through student activism. Reference Services Review. 39(1):123-131.
Kramer PK, Diekman L.  2010.  Evidence = Assessment = Advocacy. Teacher Librarian. 37(3):27-30.
VanScoy A, Oakleaf M.  2008.  Evidence vs. Anecdote: Using Syllabi to Plan Curriculum-Integrated Information Literacy Instruction. College & Research Libraries. 69(6):566-575.
Konieczny A.  2010.  Experiences as an Embedded Librarian in Online Courses. Medical Reference Services Quarterly. 29(1):47-57.
Scales JB, Von Seggern M.  2010.  Experiencing the Assessment Cycle: Government Document Instruction to Undergraduates. DttP: A Quarterly Journal of Government Information Practice & Perspective. 38(3):22-26.
Wong GKW.  2010.  Facilitating Students' Intellectual Growth in Information Literacy Teaching. Reference & User Services Quarterly. 50(2):114-118.
Todd RJ.  1998.  From Net surfers to Net seekers: WWW, critical literacies and learning outcomes. Teacher Librarian. 26(2):16-21.
Oakleaf M, Kaske N.  2009.  Guiding Questions for Assessing Information Literacy in Higher Education. portal: Libraries and the Academy. 9(2):273-286.
D'Angelo BJ.  2004.  If They Build It Will They Come? Cooperation and Collaboration to Create a Customized Library The Reference Librarian. 40(83-84):237-250.
Furno C, Flanagan D.  2008.  Information literacy: getting the most from your 60 minutes. Reference Services Review. 36(3):264-71.

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