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Wolff RA.  1995.  Using the Accreditation Process to Transform the Mission of the Library. Information Technology and the Remaking of the University Library. :77-95.
Luther J.  2008.  University investment in the library: What's the return?
Lusch RF, Harvey M, Speier C.  1998.  ROI3: the building blocks for successful global organizations in the 21st century. European Management Journal. 16(6):714-728.
Lucas L L.  1982.  Costs of Operating Libraries in California Community Colleges. Ed.D.:107.
Lowry CB.  2011.  Three Years and Counting—The Economic Crisis is Still With Us. portal: Libraries and the Academy. 11(3):757-764.
Lowry CB.  2011.  Year 2 of the 'Great Recession': Surviving the Present by Building the Future. Journal of Library Administration. 51(1):37-53.
Lown C, Davis H.  2009.  Are You Worth It? What Return on Investment Can and Can’t Tell You About Your Library In the Library with the Lead Pipe. 2009(April)
Loomis J, Brown T, Lucero B, Peterson G.  1996.  Improving Validity Experiments of Contingent Valuation Methods: Results of Efforts to Reduce the Disparity of Hypothetical and Actual Willingness to Pay. Land Economics. 72(4):450-461.
London University College, Centre for Information Behaviour and the Evaluation of Research.  2008.  Information Behavior of the researcher of the future.
Lo S-chia.  2010.  Scientific linkage of science research and technology development: a case of genetic engineering research. Scientometrics. 82(1):109-120.
Liu LG.  2003.  The Economic Behavior of Academic Research Libraries: Toward a Theory. Library Trends. 51(3):277-292.
Liu LG.  2003.  The Cost Function and Scale Economies in Academic Research Libraries. Library Trends. 51(3):293-311.
Liu LG.  2003.  Introduction. Library Trends. 51(3):263-276.
Lippincott JK.  2010.  Information Commons: Meeting Millennials' Needs. Journal of Library Administration. 50(1):27-37.
Linn M.  2010.  Library Strategies Cost-benefit analysis: a primer. Bottom Line: Managing Library Finances. 23(1):31-36.
Line M B.  1973.  Ability of a university library to provide books wanted by researchers. Journal of Librarianship. 5(1):37-51.
Line M B.  2001.  The Use of Citation and Other Statistics in Stock Management. IFLA Journal. 27(4):247-252.
Lindsay E B.  2008.  By the Numbers: Current Research in the Literature. Public Services Quarterly. 4(3):257-260.
Lindauer B G.  2004.  The Three Arenas of Information Literacy Assessment. Reference & User Services Quarterly. 44(2):122-9.
Lindauer B G.  1998.  Defining and measuring the library's impact on campuswide outcomes. College & Research Libraries. 59(6):546-570.
Lincoln YS.  2002.  Insights into library services and users from qualitative research. Library & Information Science Research. 24(1):3-16.
Dickenson D.  2006.  How Academic Libraries Help Faculty Teach and Students Learn: The Colorado Academic Library Impact Study.
Library Research Service.  1994.  Data & Tools: Academic Libraries.
Library MFSawyer.  2009.  How can I get my tuition money's worth from the library?
Lewis V, Hiller S, Mengel E, Tolson D.  2013.  Building Scorecards in Academic Research Libraries: Performance Measurement and Organizational Issues. Evidence Based Library & Information Practice. 8(2):183-199.

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