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Public Library of Science.  2013.  Article-Level Metrics Information. 2010
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.
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.  2007.  Measurement of Use of Electronic Resources: Advances in Use Statistics and Innovations in Resource Functionality. College & Research Libraries. 68(1):26-44.
Bollen J, Van de Sompel H.  2008.  Usage impact factor: The effects of sample characteristics on usage-based impact metrics. Journal of the American Society for Information Science & Technology. 59(1):136-149.
Bollen J, Van de Sompel H, Hagberg A, Bettencourt L, Chute R, Rodriguez MA, Balakireva L.  2009.  Clickstream Data Yields High-Resolution Maps of Science. PLoS ONE. 4(3):e4803.
Bollen J, Van de Sompel H, Smith JA, Luce R.  2005.  Toward alternative metrics of journal impact: A comparison of download and citation data. Information Processing & Management. 41(6):1419-1440.
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.
Bucknell T.  2008.  Usage statistics for Big Deals: supporting library decision-making. Learned Publishing. 21(3):193-199.
Chisman JK.  2008.  Electronic Resource Usage Data -- Standards and Possibilities. Serials Librarian. 53(4):79-89.
Shepherd PT, Davis DM.  2002.  Electronic metrics, performance measures, and statistics for publishers and libraries: Building common ground and standards. portal: Libraries and the Academy. 2(4):659-663.
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.
Eason K, Richardson S, Yu L.  2000.  Patterns of use of electronic journals. Journal of Documentation. 56(5):477-504.
Fleming-May R, Grogg JE.  2010.  The Concept of Electronic Resource Usage and Libraries. Library Technology Reports. 46(6):5-35.
Franklin B, Plum T.  2003.  Documenting Usage Patterns of Networked Electronic Services. ARL: A Bimonthly Report on Research Library Issues & Actions. 2003(230/231):20-21.
Fraser BT, McClure CR, Leahy EH.  2002.  Toward a framework for assessing library and institutional outcomes. portal: Libraries and the Academy. 2(4):505-528.
Gedye R, Park T.  2004.  COUNTER -- increasing the value of online usage statistics. Serials: The Journal for the Serials Community. 17(2):155-158.
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.
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)
Kim J-A.  2006.  Capturing Metrics for Undergraduate Usage of Subscription Databases. Online. 30(3):32-39.
Kimball R, Ives G, Jackson K.  2010.  Comparative Usage of Science E-book and Print Collections at Texas A&M University Libraries. Collection Management. 35(1):15-28.
King D.  2009.  What is the Next Trend in Usage Statistics in Libraries? Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship. 21(1):4-14.
King DW, Tenopir C, Montgomery CH, Aerni SE.  2003.  Patterns of journal use by faculty at three diverse universities. D-Lib Magazine. 9(10)