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Adolphus M.  2007.  An Interview with David Nicholas. Information Management Guru Interviews.
Baker G, Read EJ.  2008.  Vendor-supplied usage data for electronic resources: a survey of academic libraries. Learned Publishing. 21(1):48-57.
Bannerman I.  2008.  The use and abuse of usage measures. Serials: The Journal for the Serials Community. 21(2):93-97.
Botero C, Carrico S, Tennant MR.  2008.  Using Comparative Online Journal Usage Studies to Assess the Big Deal. Library Resources & Technical Services. 52(2):61-8.
Brandenburg MD, Doss A, Frederick TE.  2010.  Evaluation of a Library Outreach Program to Research Labs. Medical Reference Services Quarterly. 29(3):249-259.
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.
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..
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.
Collins CS, Walters WH.  2010.  Open Access Journals in College Library Collections. Serials Librarian. 59(2):194-214.
Conyers A.  2007.  What do publisher usage statistics tell us? The Analysing Publisher Deal project from Evidence Base SCONUL Focus. (40):72-76.
Cooper MD.  2006.  The costs of providing electronic journal access and printed copies of journals to university users. Library Quarterly. 76(3):323-351.
Daniels K.  2010.  Got Value? Journal Collection Analysis Is Worth the Effort Medical Reference Services Quarterly. 29(3):275-285.
Davis PM, Solla LR.  2003.  An IP-level analysis of usage statistics for electronic journals in chemistry: Making inferences about user behavior. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 54(11):1062-1068.
Duy J, Vaughan L.  2006.  Can Electronic Journal Usage Data Replace Citation Data as a Measure of Journal Use? An Empirical Examination Journal of Academic Librarianship. 32(5):512-517.
Eason K, Richardson S, Yu L.  2000.  Patterns of use of electronic journals. Journal of Documentation. 56(5):477-504.
Fry J, Talja S.  2004.  The cultural shaping of scholarly communication: Explaining e-journal use within and across academic fields. Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 41(1):20-30.
Gedye R, Park T.  2004.  COUNTER -- increasing the value of online usage statistics. Serials: The Journal for the Serials Community. 17(2):155-158.
Hahn KL, Faulkner LA.  2002.  Evaluative Usage-based Metrics for the Selection of E-journals. College & Research Libraries. 63(3):215.
Holmström J.  2004.  The Return on Investment of Electronic Journals: It Is a Matter of Time. D-Lib Magazine. 10(4)
Juznic P.  2009.  Using a decision grid process to evaluate library collections and e-journals. New Library World. 110(7/8):341-356.
King DW, Aerni SE, Brody F, Herbison M, Knapp A.  2004.  The Use and Outcomes of University Library Print and Electronic Collections.
King DW, Aerni SE, Brody F, Herbison M, Kohberger P.  2004.  Comparative cost of the University of Pittsburgh electronic and print library collections.
King DW, Boyce PB, Montgomery CH, Tenopir C.  2003.  Library economic metrics: Examples of the comparison of electronic and print journal collections and collection services. Library Trends. 51(3):376-400.
King DW, Tenopir C, Montgomery CH, Aerni SE.  2003.  Patterns of journal use by faculty at three diverse universities. D-Lib Magazine. 9(10)
Kurtz MJ, Eickhorn G, Accomazzi A, Grant C, Demleitner M, Henneken E, Murray SS.  2005.  The effect of use and access on citations. Information Processing & Management. 41(6):1395-1402.