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Duy J, Vaughan L.  2006.  Can Electronic Journal Usage Data Replace Citation Data as a Measure of Journal Use? An Empirical Examination Journal of Academic Librarianship. 32(5):512-517.
Durrance JC, Fisher KE.  2003.  Determining how libraries and librarians help. Library Trends. 51(4):541-570.
Durrance JC, Fisher-Pettigrew KE.  2002.  Toward developing measures of the impact of library and information services. Reference & User Services Quarterly. 42(1):43-53.
Duranti L.  1994.  The Concept of Appraisal and Archival Theory. American Archivist. 57(2):328-344.
Dupont C, Yakel E.  2013.  "What's So Special about Special Collections?" Or, Assessing the Value Special Collections Bring to Academic Libraries Evidence Based Library & Information Practice. 8(2):9-21.
Dunn R, Menchaca F.  2009.  The Present Is Another Country: Academic Libraries, Learning Technologies, and Relevance. Journal of Library Administration. 49(5):469-479.
Dunaway M K, Orblych M T.  2011.  Formative assessment: transforming information literacy instruction. Reference Services Review. 39(1):24-41.
Dumont R R.  1980.  A conceptual basis for library effectiveness. College & Research Libraries. 41(2):103-111.
Dugan RE, Hernon P, Nitecki DA.  2009.  Viewing library metrics from different perspectives : inputs, outputs, and outcomes. :346p..
Dougherty RM.  1990.  New measures or bigger won't always be better. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 16(1):3-3.
Dougherty RM.  2009.  Assessment + Analysis = Accountability. College & Research Libraries. 70(5):417-418.
Dougherty RM.  1991.  Research Libraries Must Abandon the Idea That 'Bigger Is Better'. Chronicle of Higher Education. 37(40):A32-1p.
Doran HC, Lockwood JR.  2006.  Fitting Value-Added Models in R. Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics. 31(2):205-230.
Donkai S, Toshimori A, Mizoue C.  2011.  Academic libraries as learning spaces in Japan: Toward the development of learning commons. International Information & Library Review. 43(4):215-220.
Dole WV, Hill JB.  2011.  Community users in North American academic libraries. New Library World. 112(3/4):141-9.
Dillon D.  2011.  Why Libraries Persist: Hermits, Clouds, Confucius, Bubbles, and Hortense Foglesong. Journal of Library Administration. 51(1):18-36.
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.
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.
Dervin B, Clark K.  1987.  ASQ: Asking Significant Questions. Alternative Tools for Information Need and Accountability Assessments by Libraries.
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.
DeRosa A.  2013.  Survey of the Information-Seeking Behavior of Hospital Professionals at a Public Cancer Hospital in Greece Proves the Value of Hospital Libraries. Evidence Based Library & Information Practice. 8(2):251-253.
Dennis M, Greenwood J, Watson A.  2013.  LibQUAL Revisited: Further Analysis of Qualitative and Quantitative Survey Results at the University of Mississippi. The Journal of Academic Librarianship. 39(6):512-516.
Delgado CR.  2001.  Cooperative exchange of digital documents among electronic libraries. The case of Latin America: Model and cost analysis. Ph.D.:157.
Dehmlow M.  2010.  Editorial Board Thoughts: Adding Value in the Internet Age--Libraries, Openness, and Programmers. Information Technology & Libraries. 29(3):103.
DeFrank A, Hillyer N.  2013.  ClimateQAUL and Thinklets: Using ClimateQUAL with Group Support Systems to Facilitate Discussion and Set Priorities for Organizational Change at Criss Library. Evidence Based Library & Information Practice. 8(2):36-47.

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