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2009
Bodnar J.  2009.  Information and learning commons, faculty and student benefits. New Library World. 110(9/10):403-409;7p.
Kostagiolas PA, Asonitis S.  2009.  Intangible assets for academic libraries: definitions, categorization and an exploration of management issues. Library Management. 30(6/7):429.
Farmer LSJ.  2009.  The Life Cycle of Digital Reference Sources. Reference Librarian. 50(2):117-136.
Tenopir C.  2009.  Measuring academic libraries' return on investment (ROI), Roundtable discussion leader. ACRL 14th National Conference.
Tenopir C.  2009.  Measuring the value and return on investment of academic libraries. International Conference on Academic Libraries (ICAL).
Tenopir C.  2009.  Measuring the value of the academic library: Return on investment and other value measures. Proceedings of the NASIG 2009 Annual Conference.
Dunn R, Menchaca F.  2009.  The Present Is Another Country: Academic Libraries, Learning Technologies, and Relevance. Journal of Library Administration. 49(5):469-479.
Tenopir C.  2009.  Retorno de la inversión en colecciones científicas (“ROI study”) –Resultados consolidados en la fase II de 10 instituciones a nivel mundial or Investment in the library: What’s the return? Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation CSIC.
Tenopir C.  2009.  Return on Investment in academic research libraries: Phase 2 - The role of libraries in the grants process in nine countries.. Online Information Conference.
Housewright R.  2009.  Themes of Change in Corporate Libraries: Considerations for Academic Libraries. portal: Libraries and the Academy. 9(2):253-271.
Tenopir C.  2009.  University investment in the library: What's the return? 9th International Bielefeld Conference.
Oakleaf M.  2009.  Using rubrics to assess information literacy: An examination of methodology and interrater reliability. Journal of the American Society for Information Science & Technology. 60(5):969-983.
Dugan RE, Hernon P, Nitecki DA.  2009.  Viewing library metrics from different perspectives : inputs, outputs, and outcomes. :346p..
Wimmer U.  2009.  What do higher education management and administration expect of library benchmarking?: Results of a workshop on BIX – the Library Index for Academic Libraries in Germany Performance Measurement and Metrics. 10(2):116-121.
Goetsch LA.  2009.  What is our value and who values us? College & Research Libraries News. 70(9):502-503.
King D.  2009.  What is the Next Trend in Usage Statistics in Libraries? Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship. 21(1):4-14.
2008
Sprague N, Hunter B.  2008.  Assessing e-books: Taking a closer look at e-book statistics. Library Collections, Acquisitions, and Technical Services. 32(3/4):150-157.
Lindsay E B.  2008.  By the Numbers: Current Research in the Literature. Public Services Quarterly. 4(3):257-260.
Wisneski R.  2008.  Collection Development Assessment for New Collection Development Librarians. Collection Management. 33(1/2):143-159.
Chaparro S.  2008.  Digitization of the academic library in Brazil: A proposed advocacy model for successful formulation of information legislation and policy in developing countries. Ph.D.:134.
VanScoy A, Oakleaf M.  2008.  Evidence vs. Anecdote: Using Syllabi to Plan Curriculum-Integrated Information Literacy Instruction. College & Research Libraries. 69(6):566-575.
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.
Diller KR, Phelps SF.  2008.  Learning Outcomes, Portfolios, and Rubrics, Oh My! Authentic Assessment of an Information Literacy Program. portal: Libraries and the Academy. 8(1):75-89.
Fox K, Horne LM, King T, Seely S, Walsh K.  2008.  The Librarian as Bridge-Builder. Public Services Quarterly. 4(2):177-185.
Elteto S, Jackson RM, Lim A.  2008.  Is the Library a “Welcoming Space”?: An Urban Academic Library and Diverse Student Experiences portal: Libraries and the Academy. 8(3):325-337.

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