LibValue Database

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Tenopir C, Love A, Park J, Wu L, Baer A, Mays R.  2010.  University investment in the library, Phase ii: An international study of the library's value to the grants process.
Jaeger PT, Bertot J C, Kodama CM, Katz SM, DeCoster EJ.  2011.  Describing and measuring the value of public libraries: The growth of the Internet and the evolution of library value. First Monday. 16(11)
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.
Pan D, Wiersma G, Fong Y.  2011.  Towards Demonstrating Value: Measuring the Contributions of Library Collections to University Research and Teaching Goals. ACRL Conference. :459-465.
[Anonymous].  2010.  Academic Libraries Value Report Available. American Libraries. 41(11):12-12.
Vincent J.  2010.  Social justice, anyone? Public Library Journal. 25(3):22-23.
Kyrillidou M.  2011.  Demonstrating the Value of the Library in the Academy. Amigos Congress 2011.
Saracevic T, Kantor PB.  1997.  Studying the value of library and information services. Part I. Establishing a theoretical framework. Journal of the American Society for Information Science. 48(6):527-542.
Chrzastowski TE.  2011.  Assessing the Value of Ebooks to Academic Libraries and Users. 9th Northumbria Conference.
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.
Marshall J G.  2007.  Measuring the value and impact of health library and information services: past reflections, future possibilities. Health Information & Libraries Journal. 24(s1):4-17.
Stalberg E, Cronin C.  2011.  Assessing the Cost and Value of Bibliographic Control. Library Resources & Technical Services. 55(3):124-137.
Dillon D.  2011.  Why Libraries Persist: Hermits, Clouds, Confucius, Bubbles, and Hortense Foglesong. Journal of Library Administration. 51(1):18-36.
Griffiths J M, King DW.  2011.  A Strong Future for Public Library Use and Employment.
Kingma B.  0.  The Value of the Academic Library.
Miller R.  2008.  How Much is Your Content Worth? EContent. 31(2):38-42.
Tenopir C.  2011.  Beyond usage: measuring library outcomes and value. Library Management. 33(1/2):5-13.
Tenopir C, Wilson CS, Vakkari P, Talja S, King DW.  2008.  Scholarly E-Reading Patterns in Australia, Finland, and the United States: A Cross Country Comparison. International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA). Quebec
King DW, Tenopir C.  2013.  Linking Information Seeking Patterns with Purpose, Use, Value, and Return on Investment of Academic Library Journals. Evidence Based Library & Information Practice. 8(2):153-162.
Town JS.  2011.  Value, impact, and the transcendent library: progress and pressures in performance measurement and evaluation. The Library Quarterly. 81(1):111-125.
Repo AJ.  1989.  The Value of Information: Approaches in Economics, Accounting, and Management Science. Journal of the American Society for Information Science. 40(2):68-85.
Aabø S, Strand J.  2004.  Public library valuation, nonuse values, and altruistic motivations. Library & Information Science Research. 26(3):351-372.
Lee S-J, Chung H K, Jung E-J.  2010.  Assessing the warm glow effect in contingent valuations for public libraries. Journal of Librarianship & Information Science. 42(4):236-244.
Sidorko P E.  2010.  Demonstrating RoI in the library: the Holy Grail search continues. Library Management. 31(8/9):645-653.

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