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Performance
Martineau JA.  2006.  Distorting Value Added: The Use of Longitudinal, Vertically Scaled Student Achievement Data for Growth-Based, Value-Added Accountability. Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics. 31(1):35-62.
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.
Wimmer U.  2009.  What do higher education management and administration expect of library benchmarking?: Results of a workshop on BIX – the Library Index for Academic Libraries in Germany Performance Measurement and Metrics. 10(2):116-121.
Markless S, Streatfield D.  2001.  Developing performance and impact indicators and targets in public and education libraries. International Journal of Information Management. 21(2):167-179.
Murphy D O, Keller JA.  2011.  Value by the Numbers: Using Performance Metrics in Libraries. Journal of the Library Administration & Management Section. 7(2):16-22.
Corrall S, Somsak S.  2010.  Evaluating Intellectual Assets in University Libraries:: A Multi-Site Case Study from Thailand. Journal of Information & Knowledge Management. 9(3):277-290.
Weiner S.  2009.  The Contribution of the Library to the Reputation of a University. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 35(1):3-13.
Gross M, Latham D.  2012.  What's Skill Got to Do with It?: Information Literacy Skills and Self-Views of Ability Among First-Year College Students Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 63(3):574-583.
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.
Torabi N.  2011.  Public Librarians with the Highest Retention Rate are More Likely to Choose their Entire Career Path in Public Libraries. Evidence Based Library & Information Practice. 6(2):64-68.
Conyers A, Payne P.  2011.  Library performance measurement in the digital age. University Libraries and Digital Learning Environments. :201-214.
Zhang L.  2005.  Do measures of college quality matter? The effect of college quality on graduates' earnings Review of Higher Education. 28(4):571-596.
Performance Measurement
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.
Brophy P.  2005.  The academic library. :233p..
Wesley TL, Campbell NF.  2010.  Professional Librarian Performance Review: A Redesign Model. Library Leadership & Management. 24(1):12-17.
Corrall S, Somsak S.  2010.  Evaluating Intellectual Assets in University Libraries:: A Multi-Site Case Study from Thailand. Journal of Information & Knowledge Management. 9(3):277-290.
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.
Lewis V, Hiller S, Mengel E, Tolson D.  2013.  Building Scorecards in Academic Research Libraries: Performance Measurement and Organizational Issues. Evidence Based Library & Information Practice. 8(2):183-199.
Wilson D D, Del Tufo T, Norman AEC.  2008.  The Measure of Library Excellence: Linking the Malcolm Baldrige Criteria and Balanced Scorecard Methods to Assess Service Quality.
Blixrud JC.  2001.  The Continuing Quest for New Measures. Journal of Library Administration. 35(4):25-26.
Taylor-Roe J, Spencer C.  2005.  A librarian's view of usage metrics: through a glass darkly? Serials: The Journal for the Serials Community. 18(2):124-131.

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