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Wolff RA.  1995.  Using the Accreditation Process to Transform the Mission of the Library. Information Technology and the Remaking of the University Library. :77-95.
MacDonald SL, Winter T, Luke R.  2010.  Roles for Information Professionals in Patient Education: Librarians' Perspective. Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library & Information Practice & Research. 5(1):1-15.
MacEachern R.  2001.  Measuring the added value of library and information services: the New Zealand approach. IFLA Journal. 27(4):232-236.
Machlup F.  1979.  Uses, value, and benefits of knowledge. Science Communication. 1(1):62-81.
Maden-Jenkins M.  2010.  Healthcare librarians and the delivery of critical appraisal training: attitudes, level of involvement and support Michelle Maden-Jenkins Librarian attitudes to critical appraisal training. Health Information & Libraries Journal. 27(4):304-315.
Malone C K, Elichirigoity F.  2003.  Information as commodity and economic sector: its emergence in the discourse of industrial classification. Journal of the American Society for Information Science & Technology. 54(6):512-520.
Mandel LH.  2010.  Geographic Information Systems: Tools for Displaying In-Library Use Data. Information Technology & Libraries. 29(1):47-52.
Mann T.  2001.  The Importance of Books, Free Access, and Libraries as Places-and the Dangerous Inadequacy of the Information Science Paradigm. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 27(4):268-281.
Marchant MP.  1969.  University faculty as public library patrons. Wilson Library Bulletin. 43(January):444-447.
Marcum D, Schonfeld RC.  2014.  Driving With Data: A Roadmap for Evidence-Based Decision Making in Academic Libraries.
Mark AE, Boruff-Jones PD.  2003.  Information literacy and student engagement: What the national survey of student engagement reveals about your campus. College & Research Libraries. 64(6):480-493.
Markless S, Streatfield D.  2003.  Evaluating the impact of your library : the quest for evidence.
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.
Markovic M.  2014.  Demonstrate the Value of Your Library/Information Center and Take It to the Next Level. Information Today. 31(6):11.
Marshall J G, Medical Library Association.  1990.  Evaluation instruments for health sciences libraries.
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.
Martell C.  2007.  The Elusive User: Changing Use Patterns in Academic Libraries 1995 to 2004. College & Research Libraries. 68(5):435-444.
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.
Martyn J.  1974.  Information Needs and Uses. Annual Review of Information Science and Technology. 9:3-23.
Martyn J, Flowerdew ADJ.  1983.  The economics of information. Library and Information Research Reports.
Mas-Bleda A, Thelwall M, Kousha K, Aguillo IF.  2014.  Successful researchers publicizing research online: An outlink analysis of European highly cited scientists' personal websites. Journal of Documentation. 70(1):148-172.
Maskell C.  2006.  Consortia activity in academic libraries: Anti-competitive or in the public good? Ph.D.:227.
Mason RM, Sassone PG.  1978.  A lower bound cost benefit model for information services. Information Processing & Management. 14(2):71-83.
Matarazzo JM, Prusak L, Gauthier MR.  1990.  Valuing corporate libraries : a survey of senior managers. :11.
Matthews JR.  2007.  The evaluation and measurement of library services. :372p..