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Use studies
Alharbi A, Middleton M.  2012.  The relationship between academic library usage and educational performance in Kuwait. Library Management. 33(1/2):86-94.
Baptista Melo L, Pacheco Pires C.  2011.  Measuring the economic value of the electronic scientific information services in Portuguese academic libraries. Journal of Librarianship and Information Science. 43(3):146-56.
Beheshti J, Tague JM.  1984.  Morse's Markov Model of Book Use Revisited. Journal of the American Society for Information Science. 35(5):259-267.
Bernon J.  2008.  Why and How to Measure the Use of Electronic Resources. Liber Quarterly: The Journal of European Research Libraries. 18(3/4):459-463.
Bookstein A.  1982.  Sources of error in library questionnaires. Library Research. 4(1):85-94.
Booth A.  2006.  On the shelf?: how unused is your reference collection? Health Information & Libraries Journal. 23(2):154-157.
Borkowski C, Brumble Iii DH, MacLeod MJ.  1981.  Reply to the Kent study. Library Journal. 106(7):710-713.
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.
Burns Jr RW.  1978.  Library use as a performance measure: its background and rationale. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 4(1):4-11.
Bustion M, Treadwell J.  1990.  Reported relative value of journals versus use: a comparison. College & Research Libraries. 51(2):142-151.
Butkovich NJ.  1996.  Use studies: A selective review. Library Resources & Technical Services. 40(4):359-368.
Campbell DE, Shlechter TM.  1979.  Library design Influences on user behavior and satisfaction. Library Quarterly. 49(1):26-41.
Carr PL.  2011.  Assessing Return on Investment for E-Resources: A Cross-Institutional Analysis of Cost-Per-Use Data. 2011 ALA Midwinter Meeting.
Christensen K.  2010.  Sustainability -- Will We Find It Online? Against the Grain. 22(1):46-48.
Chrzastowski TE.  1991.  Journal collection cost-effectiveness in an academic chemistry library: results of a cost/use survey at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Collection Management. 14(1/2):85-98.
Crane RA.  1979.  Library performance measures. Wisconsin Library Bulletin. 75:279-280.
Dalrymple PW.  2001.  A quarter century of user-centered study: the impact of Zweizig and Dervin on LIS research. Library & Information Science Research. 23(2):155-165;11p.
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.
deVries S, Kelly R, Storm PM.  2010.  Moving Beyond Citation Analysis: How Surveys and Interviews Enhance, Enrich, and Expand Your Research Findings. College & Research Libraries. 71(5):456-466.
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.
Edgar W.  2006.  Questioning LibQUAL+ TM: Expanding its Assessment of Academic Library Effectiveness. portal: Libraries and the Academy. 6(4):445-465.
Emery CD.  1993.  Buyers and borrowers : the application of consumer theory to the study of library use. :188p..
Fialkoff F.  2002.  The Circulation Trap. Library Journal. 127(13):68.
Gallagher J, Bauer K, Dollar DM.  2005.  Evidence-based librarianship: Utilizing data from all available sources to make judicious print cancellation decisions. Library Collections, Acquisitions, and Technical Services. 29(2):169-179.
Gelman E, Sichel HS.  1987.  Library Book Circulation and the Beta-Binomial Distribution. Journal of the American Society for Information Science. 38(1):4-12.