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Line M B.  1973.  Ability of a university library to provide books wanted by researchers. Journal of Librarianship. 5(1):37-51.
Whitmire E.  2002.  Academic library performance measures and undergraduates' library use and educational outcomes. Library & Information Science Research. 24(2):107-128.
Sprague N, Hunter B.  2008.  Assessing e-books: Taking a closer look at e-book statistics. Library Collections, Acquisitions, and Technical Services. 32(3/4):150-157.
Trueswell RW.  1979.  Balancing Library Objectives with Book Circulation. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 5(2):68-69.
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.
Hunter B, Perret R.  2011.  Can Money Buy Happiness? A Statistical Analysis of Predictors for User Satisfaction Journal of Academic Librarianship. 37(5):402-408.
Rothenberg D.  1993.  Changing values in the published literature with time. Library Trends. 41(4):684-699.
Fialkoff F.  2002.  The Circulation Trap. Library Journal. 127(13):68.
Scales PA.  1976.  Citation analyses as indicators of the use of serials: a comparison of ranked title lists produced by citation counting and from use data. Journal of Documentation. 32(1):149-157.
Wisneski R.  2008.  Collection Development Assessment for New Collection Development Librarians. Collection Management. 33(1/2):143-159.
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.
Montgomery CH, King DW.  2002.  Comparing library and user related costs of print and electronic journal collections. D-Lib Magazine. 8(10)
Sridhar MS.  1988.  Is Cost-Benefit Analysis Applicable to Journal Use in Special Libraries. Serials Librarian. 15(1/2):137-153.
Hayes R M.  1981.  The distribution of use of library materials: analysis of data from the University of Pittsburgh. Library Research. 3(3):215-260.
Hiscock JE.  1986.  Does library usage affect academic performance? Australian Academic & Research Libraries. 17(4):207-214.
Price AN, Fleming-May R.  2011.  Downloads or Outcomes?: Measuring and Communicating the Contributions of Library Resources to Faculty and Student Success The Serials Librarian. 61(2):196-199.
Stayner RA.  1983.  Economic characteristics of the library storage problem. Library Quarterly. 53(3):313-327.
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.
Martell C.  2007.  The Elusive User: Changing Use Patterns in Academic Libraries 1995 to 2004. College & Research Libraries. 68(5):435-444.
Kaske NK.  1980.  Evaluation of current collection utilization methodologies and findings. Collection Management. 3(2/3):187-200.
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.
Tsakonas G, Papatheodorou C.  2008.  Exploring usefulness and usability in the evaluation of open access digital libraries. Information Processing & Management. 44(3):1234-1250.
University of Iowa Libraries, User Needs Assessment Group, Washington-Hoagland C, Clougherty L.  2002.  Faculty and Staff Use of Academic Library Resources and Services: A University of Iowa Libraries' Perspective. portal: Libraries and the Academy. 2(4):627-646.
Saunders L.  2009.  The Future of Information Literacy in Academic Libraries: A Delphi Study. portal: Libraries and the Academy. 9(1):99-114.