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Book Chapter
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.
Tenopir C, Baker G, Read EJ, Manoff M, McClanahan K, Nicholas D, King DW.  2007.  MaxData: A project to help librarians maximize e-journals usage data. Usage Statistics of E-Serials. (9):297p..
Journal Article
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.
Bacon V, Carr PL.  2013.  Assessing Value Through Cross-Institutional Comparisons: A Discussion of the 2012 University of North Carolina System-Wide E-Journal Survey. Serials Review. 39(2):86-92.
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.
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.
Rosati K T.  2006.  The Decline of Print: Ten Years of Print Serial Use in a Small Academic Medical Library. Acquisitions Librarian. 18(35/36):107-117.
Sanville T.  2008.  Do Economic Factors Really Matter in the Assessment and Retention of Electronic Resources Licensed at the Library Consortium Level? Collection Management. 33(1/2):1-16.
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.