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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.
King DW, Aerni SE, Brody F, Herbison M, Kohberger P.  2004.  Comparative cost of the University of Pittsburgh electronic and print library collections.
Montgomery CH, King DW.  2002.  Comparing library and user related costs of print and electronic journal collections. D-Lib Magazine. 8(10)
Wolverton RE, Tenopir C.  2006.  Conference Report -- Discovering the Magic: Faculty and Student Use of Electronic Journals. Serials Librarian. 49(3):159-164.
Cooper MD.  2006.  The costs of providing electronic journal access and printed copies of journals to university users. Library Quarterly. 76(3):323-351.
Shepherd PT.  2005.  COUNTER 2005: a new Code of Practice and new applications of COUNTER usage statistics. Learned Publishing. 18(4):287-293.
Ryan CE, Blythe K.  2009.  COUNTER and Usage Data: A Two-Part Webinar. Serials Review. 35(4):292-296.
Shepherd PT.  2005.  COUNTER: for online journals, databases AND books. Serials: The Journal for the Serials Community. 18(3):231-233.
Gedye R, Park T.  2004.  COUNTER -- increasing the value of online usage statistics. Serials: The Journal for the Serials Community. 17(2):155-158.
Shepherd PT.  2004.  COUNTER: towards reliable vendor usage statistics. Vine. 34(4):184-189.
Tenopir C, Wilson CS, Vakkari P, Talja S, King DW.  2010.  Cross Country Comparison of Scholarly E-Reading Patterns in Australia, Finland, and the United States. Australian Academic & Research Libraries. 41(1):26-41.
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.
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Montgomery CH, Bielec JA.  2000.  The economic impact of an electronic journal collection on an academic library. Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries: 4th European Conference Proceedings. :413-417.
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.
Williams P, Nicholas D, Rowlands I.  2010.  E-Journal Usage and Impact in Scholarly Research: A Review of the Literature. New Review of Academic Librarianship. 16(2):192-207.
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.
Lamothe A.  2008.  Electronic Serials Usage Patterns as Observed at a Medium-Size University: Searches and Full-Text Downloads. Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library & Information Practice & Research. 3(1):1-22.
McClanahan K, Wu L, Tenopir C, King DW.  2010.  Embracing change: perceptions of e-journals by faculty members. Learned Publishing. 23(3):209-223.
Brandenburg MD, Doss A, Frederick TE.  2010.  Evaluation of a Library Outreach Program to Research Labs. Medical Reference Services Quarterly. 29(3):249-259.
Hahn KL, Faulkner LA.  2002.  Evaluative Usage-based Metrics for the Selection of E-journals. College & Research Libraries. 63(3):215.
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Daniels K.  2010.  Got Value? Journal Collection Analysis Is Worth the Effort Medical Reference Services Quarterly. 29(3):275-285.

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