LibValue Database

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Journal Article
Kyrillidou M.  2010.  Library Value May Be Proven, If Not Self-Evident. Research Library Issues: A Bi-Monthly Report from ARL, CNI, and SPARC. (271):1-3.
Kaufman PT, Watstein S B.  2008.  Library value (return on investment, ROI) and the challenge of placing a value on public services. Reference Services Review. 36(3):226-231.
Hlavaty G, Townsend M.  2010.  The Library's New Relevance: Fostering the First-Year Student's Acquisition, Evaluation, and Integration of Print and Electronic Materials. Teaching English in the Two-Year College. 38(2):149-160.
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.
Farmer LSJ.  2009.  The Life Cycle of Digital Reference Sources. Reference Librarian. 50(2):117-136.
Hinegardner P, Mayo A, Potter M, Solomon M.  2010.  Lifecycle of a Project: The Maryland Health → Go Local Experience. Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet. 14(3):215-223.
Stanziola J.  2011.  Lifelong learning in public libraries in 12 European Union countries: issues in monitoring and evaluation. International Journal of Lifelong Education. 30(5):631-649.
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.
Layzell DT.  1999.  Linking performance to funding outcomes at the state level for public institutions of higher education: Past, Present, and Future. Research in Higher Education. 40(2):233-246.
Pillai M.  2010.  Locating Learning Development in a University Library: Promoting Effective Academic Help Seeking. New Review of Academic Librarianship. 16(2):121-144.
Fox R, Doshi A.  2013.  Longitudinal Assessment of "User-Driven" Library Commons Spaces. Evidence Based Library & Information Practice. 8(2):85-95.
Mason RM, Sassone PG.  1978.  A lower bound cost benefit model for information services. Information Processing & Management. 14(2):71-83.
Free D.  2010.  Making a good return on your investment. American Libraries. 41(1/2):13-13.
Haras C, McEvoy SL.  2005.  Making the bridge: Testing a library workshop for a summer bridge learning community. Research Strategies. 20(4):257-70.
Kostagiolas PA.  2013.  Managing knowledge capital in public libraries for a knowledge-driven socioeconomic environment. Library Management. 34(8/9):677-689.
Zappen SH.  2010.  Managing Resources to Maximize Serials Access: The Case of the Small Liberal Arts College Library. Serials Librarian. 59(3/4):346-359.
Franklin B.  2005.  Managing the Electronic Collection with Cost per Use Data. IFLA Journal. 31(3):241-248.
McCoy M.  2010.  The Manuscript as Question: Teaching Primary Sources in the Archives -- The China Missions Project. College & Research Libraries. 71(1):49-62.
Porat L.  2013.  Marketing and Assessment in Academic Libraries: A Marriage of Convenience or True Love? Evidence Based Library & Information Practice. 8(2):60-67.
Church-Duran J.  2010.  Marketing ideas that work in academic libraries. College & Research Libraries News. 71(8):411-412.
Pankl RR.  2010.  Marketing the Public Library's Business Resources to Small Businesses. Journal of Business & Finance Librarianship. 15(2):94-103.
Hindle A.  1979.  Markov models of book obsolescence. Information Processing & Management. 15(1):17-18.
Quinn B.  2000.  The McDonaldization of academic libraries? College & Research Libraries. 61(3):248-261.
Jacoby JA, Laskowski MS.  2004.  Measurement and Analysis of Electronic Reserve Usage: Toward a New Path in Online Library Service Assessment. portal: Libraries and the Academy. 4(2):219-232.