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2010
Tenopir C.  2010.  University Investment in the Library, Phase II: An International Study of the Library's Value to the Grants Process. Library Connect White Papers.
Baker G.  2010.  University Investment in the Library, Phase II: An International Study of the Library's Value to the Grant Process. The Changing Face of Scientific Research & the Resources that Evolve to Support It (12/1/10).
Asemi A, Kazempour Z, Rizi HAshrafi.  2010.  Using LibQUAL(+)(TM) to improve services to libraries A report on academic libraries of Iran experience. Electronic Library. 28(4):568-579.
Hinchliffe L J.  2010.  The value of academic libraries. College & Research Libraries News. 71(9):466-467.
Oakleaf M.  2010.  The value of academic libraries: A comprehensive research review and report.
Schroeder R, Cahoy E S.  2010.  Valuing Information Literacy: Affective Learning and the ACRL Standards. portal: Libraries and the Academy. 10(2):127-146.
Tumbleson BE, Burke JJ.  2010.  When Life Hands You Lemons: Overcoming Obstacles to Expand Services in an Embedded Librarian Program. Journal of Library Administration. 50(7/8):972-988.
Stewart C.  2010.  Whither Metrics? Tools for Assessing Publication Impact of Academic Library Practitioners Journal of Academic Librarianship. 36(5):449-453.
Oakleaf M.  2010.  Writing Information Literacy Assessment Plans: A Guide to Best Practice. Communications in Information Literacy. 3(2):80.
2009
Zemsky R.  2009.  The academic library building in the digital age: A study of new library construction and planning, design, and use of new library space. Ed.D.:184.
Calvert PJames.  2009.  Assessing the effectiveness and quality of libraries. School of Information Management. Ph.D.
Dougherty RM.  2009.  Assessment + Analysis = Accountability. College & Research Libraries. 70(5):417-418.
Oakleaf M, Hinchliffe L J.  2009.  Assessment Cycle or Circular File: Do Academic Librarians Use Information Literacy Assessment Data? Proceedings of the 2008 Library Assessment Conference: Building Effective, Sustainable, Practical Assessment. :159-164.
Oakleaf M, de Jager K.  2009.  Assessment in LIS Education. Proceedings of the 2008 Library Assessment Conference: Building Effective, Sustainable, Practical Assessment. :127-130.
Tucker C.  2009.  Benchmarking Usage Statistics in Collection Management Decisions for Serials. Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship. 21(1):48-61.
Booth A.  2009.  A Bridge Too Far? Stepping Stones for Evidence Based Practice in an Academic Context New Review of Academic Librarianship. 15(1):3-34.
Ritzo C, Nam C, Bruce B.  2009.  Building a Strong Web: Connecting Information Spaces in Schools and Communities. Library Trends. 58(1):82-94.
Webster D, Flowers B S.  2009.  Community Forum: Research Libraries in the Digital Age. Journal of Library Administration. 49(3):303-310.
Weiner S.  2009.  The Contribution of the Library to the Reputation of a University. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 35(1):3-13.
Kinman V.  2009.  E-Metrics and Library Assessment in Action. Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship. 21(1):15-36.
Figa E, Bone T, Macpherson JR.  2009.  Faculty-Librarian Collaboration for Library Services in the Online Classroom: Student Evaluation Results and Recommended Practices for Implementation. Journal of Library & Information Services in Distance Learning. 3(2):67-102.
Saunders L.  2009.  The Future of Information Literacy in Academic Libraries: A Delphi Study. portal: Libraries and the Academy. 9(1):99-114.
Oakleaf M, Kaske N.  2009.  Guiding Questions for Assessing Information Literacy in Higher Education. portal: Libraries and the Academy. 9(2):273-286.
Baptista Melo L, Pires C.  2009.  The Impact of the Electronic Resources in Portuguese Academic Libraries: Results of a Qualitative Survey. Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries: Theory and Applications: Proceedings of the International Conference on QQML2009. :455.
Held T.  2009.  The information and learning commons: a selective guide to sources. Reference Services Review. 37(2):190-206.

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