LibValue Database

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Journal Article
Weiner B.  2000.  A Bottom-Line Adventure. Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian. 18(2):27-31.
Hinton EG, Oelschlegel S, Vaughn CJ, J Lindsay M, Hurst SM, Earl M.  2013.  Building and Evaluating an Informatics Tool to Facilitate Analysis of Biomedical Literature Search Service in an Academic Medical Center Library. Medical Reference Services Quarterly. 32(3):235-243.
Tenopir C.  2013.  Building Evidence of the Value and Impact of Library and Information Services: Methods, Metrics, and ROI. Evidence Based Library & Information Practice. 8(2):270-274.
Adamich T.  2010.  Context and Relationships, Past and Present: The Role of Authority in Information Discovery. Knowledge Quest. 38(3):66-70.
Strouse R.  2001.  Corporate Information Centers in the Year of Accountability. Online. 25(4):86-88.
Sidorko P E.  2010.  Demonstrating RoI in the library: the Holy Grail search continues. Library Management. 31(8/9):645-653.
Strouse R.  2003.  Demonstrating Value and Return on Investment: The Ongoing Imperative. Information Outlook. 7(3):14-19.
Bundy A.  2011.  Dollars, Sense, and Public Libraries. APLIS. 24(2):55-55.
Levin HM.  2009.  The Economic Payoff to Investing in Educational Justice (2008 AERA Distinguished Lecture). Educational Researcher. 38(1):5-20.
Ko Y M, Shim W, Pyo S-H, Chang J S, Chung H K.  2012.  An economic valuation study of public libraries in Korea. Library & Information Science Research. 34(2):117-124.
Gupta MP, Jana D.  2003.  E-government evaluation: a framework and case study. Government Information Quarterly. 20(4):365-387.
Hendriks B, Wooler I.  2006.  Establishing the return on investment for information and knowledge services. Business Information Review. 23(1):13-25.
Conner ML.  2002.  How do I measure return on investment (ROI) for my learning program. Training and Learning FAQs.
Bailey P.  2011.  How Library Management Systems can demonstrate value for money from information and library services. Business Information Review. 28(2):119-125.
Miller R.  2008.  How Much is Your Content Worth? EContent. 31(2):38-42.
Carrigan DP.  1992.  Improving Return on Investment: A Proposal for Allocating the Book Budget. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 18(5):292-297.
Via BJ, Schmidle DJ.  2007.  Investing Wisely: Citation Rankings as a Measure of Quality in Library and Information Science Journals. portal: Libraries and the Academy. 7(3):333-373.
Missingham R.  2005.  Libraries and economic value: a review of recent studies. Performance Measurement and Metrics. 6(3):142-158.
Aabø S.  2009.  Libraries and return on investment (ROI): a meta-analysis. New Library World. 110(7/8):311-324.
Monroe W.  2005.  Libraries Return on Investment Study. Library Mosaics. 16(6):12-13.
Kaufman PT.  2008.  The Library as Strategic Investment: Results of the Illinois Return on Investment Study. Liber Quarterly: The Journal of European Research Libraries. 18(3/4):424-436.
Linn M.  2010.  Library Strategies Cost-benefit analysis: a primer. Bottom Line: Managing Library Finances. 23(1):31-36.
Mays R, Tenopir C, Kaufman PT.  2010.  Lib-Value: Measuring Value and Return on Investment of Academic Libraries. Research Library Issues. (271):36-40.
Kingma B, McClure K.  0.  Lib-Value: Values, Outcomes, and Return on Investment of Academic Libraries, Phase III: ROI of the Syracuse University Library. College & Research Libraries.
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.

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