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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.
Besara R, Kinsley K.  2011.  Academic libraries–measuring up: assessment and collaboration for student success. New Library World. 112(9/10):416-424.
Mengel E, Smith J, Uzelac E.  2013.  After the Data: Taking Action on ClimateQUAL Results. Evidence Based Library & Information Practice. 8(2):48-59.
Walker T, Mays R.  2012.  Aligning Assessment Efforts with Institutional Priorities: A Case Study from the University of Tennessee. QQML 2012.
White L N.  2010.  Aligning Assessment to Organizational Performance in Distance Education Service Delivery. Journal of Library Administration. 50(7/8):997-1016.
Oakleaf M, Millet MS, Kraus L.  2011.  All Together Now: Getting Faculty, Administrators, and Staff Engaged in Information Literacy Assessment. portal: Libraries and the Academy. 11(3):831-852.
Lewin HS, Passonneau SM.  2012.  An Analysis of Academic Research Libraries Assessment Data: A Look at Professional Models and Benchmarking Data. The Journal of Academic Librarianship. 38(2):85-93.
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.
Hiller S.  2004.  Another Tool in the Assessment Toolbox: Integrating LibQUAL+ into the University of Washington Libraries Assessment Program. Journal of Library Administration. 40(3/4):121-137.
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.
Oakleaf M.  2011.  Are They Learning? Are We? Learning Outcomes and the Academic Library Library Quarterly. 81(1):61-82.
Association of Research Libraries.  2011.  ARL Library Assessment Forum in New Orleans.
Dervin B, Clark K.  1987.  ASQ: Asking Significant Questions. Alternative Tools for Information Need and Accountability Assessments by Libraries.
Oakleaf M.  2006.  Assessing information literacy skills: a rubric approach. Pd.D.
Brown C P, Kingsley-Wilson B.  2010.  Assessing organically: turning an assignment into an assessment. Reference Services Review. 38(4):536-556.
Matthews JR.  2011.  Assessing Organizational Effectiveness: The Role of Performance Measures. Library Quarterly. 81(1):83-110.
Kaufman PT, Chrzastowski TE, Wiley L.  2013.  Assessing the Value of E-Books to Academic Libraries and Users.
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.
Oakleaf M, Hinchliffe L J.  2009.  Assessment Cycle or Circular File: Do Academic Librarians Use Information Literacy Assessment Data? Proceedings of the 2008 Library Assessment Conference: Building Effective, Sustainable, Practical Assessment. :159-164.
Oakleaf M, Hinchliffe L J, Gilchrist D, Zald A.  2008.  Assessment Immersion: An Intensive Professional Development Program for Information Literacy Assessment. Library Assessment Conference: Building effective, sustainable, practical assessment.
Oakleaf M, de Jager K.  2009.  Assessment in LIS Education. Proceedings of the 2008 Library Assessment Conference: Building Effective, Sustainable, Practical Assessment. :127-130.
Hiller S, Kyrillidou M, Self J.  2006.  Assessment in North American research libraries: a preliminary report card. Performance Measurement and Metrics. 7(2):100-106.
White L N.  2010.  Assessment Planning for Distance Education Library Services: Strategic Roadmaps for Determining and Reporting Organizational Performance and Value. Journal of Library Administration. 50(7/8):1017-1026.
Keeling RP.  2008.  Assessment reconsidered : institutional effectiveness for student success.

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