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Association of Research Libraries.  2011.  ARL Library Assessment Forum in New Orleans.
Allen L, Baker N, Wilson J, Creamer K, Consiglio D.  2013.  Analyzing the MISO Data: Broader Perpectives on Library and Computing Trends. Evidence Based Library & Information Practice. 8(2):129-138.
Babalhavaeji F, Isfandyari-Moghaddam A, Aqili SVahid, Shakooii A.  2010.  Quality assessment of academic libraries' performance with a special reference to information technology-based services Suggesting an evaluation checklist. Electronic Library. 28(4):592-621.
Baker SL, Lancaster WF.  1991.  The evaluation of library services: An introduction. The measurement and evaluation of library services. :1-23.
Bancroft AF, Croft VF, Speth R, Phillips DM.  1998.  A forward-looking library use survey: WSU libraries in the 21st century. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 24(3):216-224.
Besara R, Kinsley K.  2011.  Academic libraries–measuring up: assessment and collaboration for student success. New Library World. 112(9/10):416-424.
Bielavitz T.  2010.  The Balanced Scorecard: A Systemic Model for Evaluation and Assessment of Learning Outcomes? Evidence Based Library & Information Practice. 5(2):35-46.
Blagden J.  1980.  Do we really need libraries? : an assessment of approaches to the evaluation of the performance of libraries :162p..
Blick AR.  1977.  The value of measurement in decision-making in an Information Unit--a cost benefit analysis. AsLib Proceedings. 29(5):189-196.
Bloss M.  1981.  Research; and standards for library service. Library Research. 2(4):285-308.
Brandenburg MD, Doss A, Frederick TE.  2010.  Evaluation of a Library Outreach Program to Research Labs. Medical Reference Services Quarterly. 29(3):249-259.
Brown C P, Kingsley-Wilson B.  2010.  Assessing organically: turning an assignment into an assessment. Reference Services Review. 38(4):536-556.
Brumfield E J.  2010.  Applying the Critical Theory of Library Technology to Distance Library Services. Journal of Library & Information Services in Distance Learning. 4(1/2):63-71.
Chen T-yieth.  1997.  A measurement of the resource utilization efficiency of university libraries. International Journal of Production Economics. 53(1):71-80.
Childers TA.  1989.  Evaluative research in the library and information field. Library Trends. 38(2):250-67.
Coates H.  2013.  Exploring the Disconnect Between Information Literacy Skills and Self-Estimates of Ability in First-Year Community College Students. Evidence Based Library & Information Practice. 8(2):264-266.
University Library Standards Review Committee.  1989.  Standards for university libraries: evaluation of performance.
Day M T.  1998.  Transformational discourse: ideologies of organizational change in the academic library. Library Trends. 46(4):635-667.
de Jager K.  2001.  Impacts and outcomes: searching for the most elusive indicators of academic library performance. the 4th Northumbria International Conference on Performance Measurement in Libraries and Information Services. Pittsburgh, PA:291-7.
de Jager K.  2002.  Successful students: does the library make a difference? Performance Measurement and Metrics. 3(3):140-144.
DeFrank A, Hillyer N.  2013.  ClimateQAUL and Thinklets: Using ClimateQUAL with Group Support Systems to Facilitate Discussion and Set Priorities for Organizational Change at Criss Library. Evidence Based Library & Information Practice. 8(2):36-47.
Dervin B, Clark K.  1987.  ASQ: Asking Significant Questions. Alternative Tools for Information Need and Accountability Assessments by Libraries.
Dougherty RM.  1990.  New measures or bigger won't always be better. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 16(1):3-3.
Dougherty RM.  1991.  Research Libraries Must Abandon the Idea That 'Bigger Is Better'. Chronicle of Higher Education. 37(40):A32-1p.
Dugan RE, Hernon P, Nitecki DA.  2009.  Viewing library metrics from different perspectives : inputs, outputs, and outcomes. :346p..