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Academic libraries
deVries S, Kelly R, Storm PM.  2010.  Moving Beyond Citation Analysis: How Surveys and Interviews Enhance, Enrich, and Expand Your Research Findings. College & Research Libraries. 71(5):456-466.
Babalhavaeji F, Isfandyari-Moghaddam A, Aqili SVahid, Shakooii A.  2010.  Quality assessment of academic libraries' performance with a special reference to information technology-based services Suggesting an evaluation checklist. Electronic Library. 28(4):592-621.
Matthews JR.  2007.  Library assessment in higher education. :146p..
Committee ULibrary St.  1989.  Standards for university libraries: evaluation of performance.
Gratch-Lindauer B.  2002.  Comparing the regional accrediation standards: outcomes assessment and other trends. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 28(1/2):14-25.
Tenopir C.  2008.  Reading patterns of e-articles by academics: Meauring the purpose and value of reading and demonstrating the value of library-provided electronic journal collections. (Keynote speaker). National Libraries with Statistics and Evaluation Session. IFLA Annual Meeting.
Young ML.  2004.  Project Success at Virginia Tech: Librarians Can Help Students in Jeopardy Succeed in Academia. Virginia Libraries. 50(2):17-19.
Farmer LSJ.  2009.  The Life Cycle of Digital Reference Sources. Reference Librarian. 50(2):117-136.
Held T.  2009.  The information and learning commons: a selective guide to sources. Reference Services Review. 37(2):190-206.
Allard S L.  2003.  Innovation in a university social system: The adoption of electronic theses and dissertations digital libraries. Ph.D.:188.
Bangert S R, Lindauer B G.  1995.  Accreditation: opportunities for library leadership. College & Research Libraries News. 56(10):697-699.
Allen L, Baker N, Wilson J, Creamer K, Consiglio D.  2013.  Analyzing the MISO Data: Broader Perpectives on Library and Computing Trends. Evidence Based Library & Information Practice. 8(2):129-138.
Kaufman PT, Chrzastowski TE, Wiley L.  2013.  Assessing the Value of E-Books to Academic Libraries and Users.
Stewart C.  2010.  Whither Metrics? Tools for Assessing Publication Impact of Academic Library Practitioners Journal of Academic Librarianship. 36(5):449-453.
Campbell DE, Shlechter TM.  1979.  Library design Influences on user behavior and satisfaction. Library Quarterly. 49(1):26-41.
Thomas WJoseph, Blackwell L.  2010.  NIH Mandate One Year On: How Are Libraries Responding? Serials Librarian. 58(1-4):257-262.
Ritzo C, Nam C, Bruce B.  2009.  Building a Strong Web: Connecting Information Spaces in Schools and Communities. Library Trends. 58(1):82-94.
Aerni SE, King DW.  2006.  Contingent valuation in academic and public libraries. ARL Assessment Conference. Charlottesville, VA
Greer K, Swanberg S, Hristova M, Switzer AT, Daniel D, Perdue SWynn.  2012.  Beyond the Web Tutorial: Development and Implementation of an Online, Self-Directed Academic Integrity Course at Oakland University. The Journal of Academic Librarianship. 38(5):251-258.
Weiner S.  2005.  Library Quality and Impact: Is There a Relationship between New Measures and Traditional Measures? Journal of Academic Librarianship. 31(5):432-437.
Nicholas D, Rowlands I, Clark D, Huntington P, Jamali HR, Ollé C.  2008.  UK scholarly e-book usage: a landmark survey. ASLIB. 60(4):311-334.
Dugan RE, Hernon P, Nitecki DA.  2009.  Viewing library metrics from different perspectives : inputs, outputs, and outcomes. :346p..
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.
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.
King DW, Aerni SE, Brody F, Herbison M, Knapp A.  2004.  The Use and Outcomes of University Library Print and Electronic Collections.

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