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Rankin C.  2010.  Mind the gap. Library & Information Update. 9(11):34-34.
deVries S, Kelly R, Storm PM.  2010.  Moving Beyond Citation Analysis: How Surveys and Interviews Enhance, Enrich, and Expand Your Research Findings. College & Research Libraries. 71(5):456-466.
McKee NP.  2010.  A Multifaceted Approach to the Assessment and Evaluation of Learning Commons Services and Resources. College & Undergraduate Libraries. 17(2/3):297-309.
Germano MA.  2010.  Narrative-based library marketing: Selling your library's value during tough economic times. Bottom Line: Managing Library Finances. 23(1):5-17.
Bock J, Burgos-Mira R.  2010.  Navigating to the Future: Understanding Common Tasks in a Multi-Campus Environment in the Dramatically Changing Acquisition World. Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship. 22(3/4):113-123.
Moed HF.  2010.  A new journal citation impact measure that compensates for disparities in citation potential among research areas. Annals of Library & Information Studies. 57(3):271-277.
Oder N, Blumenstein L, Hadro J, Rapp D, Zisko A.  2010.  New studies measure academic library ROI. Library Journal. 135(15):13-13.
Thomas WJoseph, Blackwell L.  2010.  NIH Mandate One Year On: How Are Libraries Responding? Serials Librarian. 58(1-4):257-262.
Stanziola J.  2010.  Numbers and pictures: capturing the impact of public libraries. Library & Information Update. 9(11):44-46.
Sherman BJ.  2010.  Open Access and Its Practical Impact on the Work of Academic Librarians: Collection Development, Public Services, and the Library and Information Science Literature. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 36(5):458-458.
[Anonymous].  2010.  Open access couLd cost some universities dear, says Jisc report. Library & Information Update. 9(3):8-8.
Collins CS, Walters WH.  2010.  Open Access Journals in College Library Collections. Serials Librarian. 59(2):194-214.
Becker S, Crandall MD, Fisher KE, Kinney B, Landry C, Rocha A.  2010.  Opportunity for All: How the American Public Benefits from Internet Access at U.S. Libraries.
Eastman C.  2010.  Overcoming the Curse of Knowledge: Communicating the Library's Value. Information Outlook. 14(1):36-38.
Robinson C, Graham J.  2010.  Perceived Internet health literacy of HIV-positive people through the provision of a computer and Internet health education intervention. Health Information & Libraries Journal. 27(4):295-303.
Urquhart C, Thomas R, Ovens J, Lucking W, Villa J.  2010.  Planning changes to health library services on the basis of impact assessment. Health Information & Libraries Journal. 27(4):277-285.
Public Library of Science.  2010.  PLoS ONE Journal Information. 2010
Conway P.  2010.  Preservation in the Age of Google: Digitization, Digital Preservation, and Dilemmas. Library Quarterly. 80(1):61-79.
Stevens R.  2010.  President's Message. Help from Our Friends: It's time to develop a new mix of knowledge. American Libraries. 41(10):4-4.
Koenig MED, Manzari L.  2010.  Productivity Impacts of Libraries and Information Services. Encyclopedia of Library and Information Sciences, Third Edition. :4305-4314.
Wesley TL, Campbell NF.  2010.  Professional Librarian Performance Review: A Redesign Model. Library Leadership & Management. 24(1):12-17.
Zionts ND, Apter J, Kuchta J, Greenhouse PK.  2010.  Promoting Consumer Health Literacy: Creation of a Health Information Librarian Fellowship. Reference & User Services Quarterly. 49(4):350-359.
Scotti GJ.  2010.  Proving Value and Return on Investment. Information Outlook. 14(4):22-24.
Pateman J.  2010.  Public libraries = public good. Library & Information Update. 9(8):27-27.
Hall R.  2010.  Public Praxis: A Vision for Critical Information Literacy in Public Libraries. Public Library Quarterly. 29(2):162-175.