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Osburn C B.  1982.  Non-use and loser studies in collection development. Collection Management. 4(1/2):45-53.
Orr D, Cribb J.  2003.  Information literacy: is it worth the investment? Australian Academic & Research Libraries. 34(1):42-51.
Orcutt D.  2010.  Library data : empowering practice and persuasion.
Oppenheim C, Stenson JA, Wilson RMS.  2004.  Studies on information as an asset III: views of information professionals. Journal of Information Science. 30(2):181-90.
Oppenheim C, Stenson JA, Wilson RMS.  2003.  Studies on information as an asset II: repertory grid. Journal of Information Science. 29(5):419-32.
Ollé C, Borrego Á.  2010.  A qualitative study of the impact of electronic journals on scholarly information behavior. Library & Information Science Research. 32(3):221-228.
Oliver A, Dahlquist J, Tankersley J, Emrich B.  2010.  Connecting the Library's Patron Database to Campus Administrative Software: Simplifying the Library's Accounts Receivable Process. Journal of Access Services. 7(4):229-243.
Oldman CM.  1976.  The value of information. :47p..
Oder N, Blumenstein L, Hadro J, Rapp D, Zisko A.  2010.  New studies measure academic library ROI. Library Journal. 135(15):13-13.
OCLC.  2013.  Public Libraries: Return on Investment.
Rosa C D, Cantrell J, Hawk J, Wilson A.  2006.  College Students' Perceptions of Libraries and Information Resources.
Oberman C, Lindauer B G, Wilson LA.  1998.  Integrating information literacy into the curriculum: how is your library measuring up? College & Research Libraries News. 59(5):347-352.
Oberhofer CMA.  1993.  Information use value: a test on the perception of utility and validity. Information Processing & Management. 29(5):587-600.
Oakleaf M.  2011.  Are They Learning? Are We? Learning Outcomes and the Academic Library Library Quarterly. 81(1):61-82.
Oakleaf M.  2008.  Dangers and Opportunities: A Conceptual Map of Information Literacy Assessment Approaches. portal: Libraries and the Academy. 8(3):233-253.
Oakleaf M, Kaske N.  2009.  Guiding Questions for Assessing Information Literacy in Higher Education. portal: Libraries and the Academy. 9(2):273-286.
Oakleaf M.  2010.  The value of academic libraries: A comprehensive research review and report.
Oakleaf M.  2008.  A Practical Guide to Information Literacy Assessment for Academic Librarians. Library & Information Science Research. 30(4):324-325.
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.  2010.  Writing Information Literacy Assessment Plans: A Guide to Best Practice. Communications in Information Literacy. 3(2):80.
Oakleaf M.  2007.  Using Rubrics to Collect Evidence for Decision-Making: What do Librarians Need to Learn? Evidence Based Library & Information Practice. 2(3):27-42.
Oakleaf M, de Jager K.  2009.  Assessment in LIS Education. Proceedings of the 2008 Library Assessment Conference: Building Effective, Sustainable, Practical Assessment. :127-130.
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.
Oakleaf M, VanScoy A.  2010.  Instructional Strategies for Digital Reference: Methods to Facilitate Student Learning. Reference & User Services Quarterly. 49(4):380-390.
Oakleaf M.  2006.  Assessing information literacy skills: a rubric approach. Pd.D.