LibValue Database

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2011
Kyrillidou M.  2011.  Demonstrating the Value of the Library in the Academy. Amigos Congress 2011.
Jaeger PT, Bertot J C, Kodama CM, Katz SM, DeCoster EJ.  2011.  Describing and measuring the value of public libraries: The growth of the Internet and the evolution of library value. First Monday. 16(11)
Brown JM.  2011.  Developing a library value indicator for a disciplinary population. Proceedings of the 3rd annual Library Assessment Conference.
Town JS, Kyrillidou M.  2011.  Developing a values scorecard. 9th Northumbria International Conference on Performance Measurement in Libraries and Information Services.
Bundy A.  2011.  Dollars, Sense, and Public Libraries. APLIS. 24(2):55-55.
Price AN, Fleming-May R.  2011.  Downloads or Outcomes?: Measuring and Communicating the Contributions of Library Resources to Faculty and Student Success The Serials Librarian. 61(2):196-199.
Lewis C.  2011.  Enhancing the Role of the Library in the Research Process: A Review of the Research Review Competition. Technical Services Quarterly. 28(1):17-30.
Akers C.  2011.  ESULA: changing perceptions of the academic library through student activism. Reference Services Review. 39(1):123-131.
Derven C, Kendlin V.  2011.  Evidence-Based Librarianship: A Case Study of a Print Resource Cancellation Project. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 37(2):166-170.
Dunaway M K, Orblych M T.  2011.  Formative assessment: transforming information literacy instruction. Reference Services Review. 39(1):24-41.
Pritchard SM.  2011.  Fundraising: Collaboration, Impact, and Assessment. portal: Libraries and the Academy. 11(2):595-597.
Klatt CA.  2011.  Going Mobile: Free and Easy. Medical Reference Services Quarterly. 30(1):56-73.
Chen Y-H, Van Ullen MK.  2011.  Helping International Students Succeed Academically through Research Process and Plagiarism Workshops. College & Research Libraries. 72(3):209-235.
Bailey P.  2011.  How Library Management Systems can demonstrate value for money from information and library services. Business Information Review. 28(2):119-125.
Tenopir C.  2011.  The IMLS Lib-Value Project: A Keynote Address by Dr. Carol Tenopir. 9th Northumbria International Conference on Performance Measurement in Libraries and Information Services..
Tenopir C, Mays R, Wu L.  2011.  Journal Article Growth and Reading Patterns. New Review of Information Networking. 16(1):4-22.
Rusk MD, Cummings E.  2011.  Libraries and the Local Economy: Partnerships for Economic Growth (A Presentation to the Oklahoma Library Association, March 30, 2011). Community & Junior College Libraries. 17(2):53-61.
Heath F.  2011.  Library Assessment: The Way We Have Grown. Library Quarterly. 81(1):7-25.
Conyers A, Payne P.  2011.  Library performance measurement in the digital age. University Libraries and Digital Learning Environments. :201-214.
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.
Vij R, Soni N KS.  2011.  Maximising the Value and Return on Investment (ROI) of Special Libraries: A Case Study of INMAS Library. CALIBER 2011.
Baptista Melo L, Pacheco Pires C.  2011.  Measuring the economic value of the electronic scientific information services in Portuguese academic libraries. Journal of Librarianship and Information Science. 43(3):146-56.
Thomas D, Davidson C, Kyrillidou M, Plum T.  2011.  Measuring Use of Licensed Electronic Resources: Results of the Second Iteration of the MINES for Libraries Survey on Scholars Portal and Other Resources for the Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL). 9th Northumbria International Conference on Performance Measurement in Libraries and Information Services.
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.
Balas JL.  2011.  online treasures. Can Libraries Prove Their Value Through ROI? Computers in Libraries. 31(9):31-31.

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