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Matthews JR.  2007.  Library assessment in higher education. :146p..
Matthews JR.  2004.  Measuring for results : the dimensions of public library effectiveness. :240p..
Matthews JR.  2011.  What's the Return on ROI?" The Benefits and Challenges of Calculating Your Library's Return on Investment Library Leadership & Management. 25(1):1-14.
Matthews JR.  2002.  The Value of Information -- The Case of the Library Catalog. Technical Services Quarterly. 19(2):1-16.
Matthews JR.  2011.  Assessing Organizational Effectiveness: The Role of Performance Measures. Library Quarterly. 81(1):83-110.
Matthews JR.  2002.  The bottom line : determining and communicating the value of the special library. :186p..
May F.  2011.  Methods for Studying the Use of Public Spaces in Libraries / Les méthodes d'étude de l'utilisation des espaces publics dans les bibliothèques. Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science. 35(4):354-366.
Maybee C.  2006.  Undergraduate Perceptions of Information Use: The Basis for Creating User-Centered Student Information Literacy Instruction. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 32(1):79-85.
Mays R.  2010.  Lib-Value: Value, Outcomes, and Return on Investment of Academic Libraries. ARL Lib-Value: Return on Investment (ROI) for Academic Libraries Workshop.
Mays R, Tenopir C, Kaufman PT.  2010.  Lib-Value: Measuring Value and Return on Investment of Academic Libraries. Research Library Issues. (271):36-40.
McCain RA.  1988.  Information as property and as a public good: perspectives from the economic theory of property rights. Library Quarterly. 58(3):265-282.
McCallum I, Quinn S.  2004.  Valuing libraries. Australian Library Journal. 53(1):55-69.
McCarthy C A.  1995.  Students' perceived effectiveness using the university library. College & Research Libraries. 56(3):221-234.
McClanahan K, Wu L, Tenopir C, King DW.  2010.  Embracing change: perceptions of e-journals by faculty members. Learned Publishing. 23(3):209-223.
McClure CR.  2004.  Challenges and Strategies for Evaluating Networked Information Services: Introduction. Library Quarterly. 74(4):399-402.
McCoy M.  2010.  The Manuscript as Question: Teaching Primary Sources in the Archives -- The China Missions Project. College & Research Libraries. 71(1):49-62.
McDonald JD.  2007.  Understanding journal usage: A statistical analysis of citation and use. Journal of the American Society for Information Science & Technology. 58(1):39-50.
McGowan J, Hogg W, Rader T, Salzwedel D, Worster D, Cogo E, Rowan M.  2010.  A rapid evidence-based service by librarians provided information to answer primary care clinical questions. Health Information & Libraries Journal. 27(1):11-21.
McGrath WE.  1985.  Collection evaluation -- theory and the search for structure. Library Trends. 33(3):241-266.
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.
McKenzie RB.  1979.  The economist's paradigm. Library Trends. 28(1):7-24.
McKinney W A.  2002.  Policy and power: The role of the neighborhood library in the community and the forces that add to or detract from its efficacy. Ph.D.:265.
McKnight S, Berrington M.  2008.  Improving Customer Satisfaction: Changes as a Result of Customer Value Discovery. Evidence Based Library & Information Practice. 3(1):33-52.
McLaughlin J.  2010.  Reference Transaction Assessment: A Survey of New York State Academic and Public Libraries. Journal of the Library Administration & Management Section. 6(2):5-20.
McMillen P, Deitering A-M.  2007.  Complex Questions, Evolving Answers -- Creating a Multidimensional Assessment Strategy to Build Support for the "Teaching Library". Public Services Quarterly. 3(1):57-82.