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Salverson CA.  1969.  The relevance of statistics to library evaluation. College & Research Libraries. 30(4):352-361.
Samson S.  2010.  Information Literacy Learning Outcomes and Student Success. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 36(3):202-210.
Samson S.  2000.  What and when do they know? Web-based assessment Reference Services Review. 28(4):335-42.
Samson S, Granath K.  2004.  Reading, writing, and research: added value to university first-year experience programs. Reference Services Review. 32(2):149-156.
Sanders N P.  1982.  Some Factors for Predicting Changes in Library Support From the University During Periods of Economic Decline. Ph.D.:150.
Sanna T, Hanni M.  2003.  Reasons for the use and non-use of electronic journals and databases: A domain analytic study in four scholarly disciplines. Journal of Documentation. 59(6):673-691.
Sanville T.  2008.  Do Economic Factors Really Matter in the Assessment and Retention of Electronic Resources Licensed at the Library Consortium Level? Collection Management. 33(1/2):1-16.
Sanville T.  2004.  Defending and Expanding Library Turf: The Need for Scalable Consumer Research. Journal of Library Administration. 40(3/4):13-17.
Saracevic T, Kantor PB.  1997.  Studying the value of library and information services. Part II. Methodology and taxonomy. Journal of the American Society for Information Science. 48(6):543-563.
Saracevic T, Kantor PB.  1997.  Studying the value of library and information services. Part I. Establishing a theoretical framework. Journal of the American Society for Information Science. 48(6):527-542.
Sarli CC, Dubinsky EK, Holmes KL.  2010.  Beyond citation analysis: a model for assessment of research impact. Journal of the Medical Library Association. 98(1):17-23.
Sassone PG.  1988.  Cost benefit analysis of information systems: a survey of methodologies. Proceedings of the ACM SIGOIS and IEEECS TC-OA 1988 conference on Office information systems. Palo Alto, California, United States:126-133.
Saunders L.  2012.  Faculty Perspectives on Information Literacy as a Student Learning Outcome. The Journal of Academic Librarianship. 38(4):226-236.
Saunders L.  2009.  The Future of Information Literacy in Academic Libraries: A Delphi Study. portal: Libraries and the Academy. 9(1):99-114.
Saunders L.  2007.  Regional Accreditation Organizations' Treatment of Information Literacy: Definitions, Collaboration, and Assessment. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 33(3):317-326.
Saxton ML, Naumer CM, Fisher KE.  2007.  2-1-1 Information services: Outcomes assessment, benefit-cost analysis, and policy issues. Government Information Quarterly. 24(1):186-215.
Scales JB, Von Seggern M.  2010.  Experiencing the Assessment Cycle: Government Document Instruction to Undergraduates. DttP: A Quarterly Journal of Government Information Practice & Perspective. 38(3):22-26.
Scales PA.  1976.  Citation analyses as indicators of the use of serials: a comparison of ranked title lists produced by citation counting and from use data. Journal of Documentation. 32(1):149-157.
Schad JG.  1979.  Missing the Brass Ring in the Iron City. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 5(2):60-61.
Scharf D, Elliot N, Huey HA, Briller V, Joshi K.  2007.  Direct Assessment of Information Literacy using Writing Portfolios. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 33(4):462-477.
Schmidt A.  2010.  Services Before Content. Library Journal. 135(12):22-23.
Schmitz CC.  1993.  Assessing the Validity of Higher Education Indicators. Journal of Higher Education. 64(5):503-521.
Schofield JL, Cooper A, Waters DH.  1975.  Evaluation of an academic library's stock effectiveness. Journal of Librarianship. 7(3):207-227.
Schroeder R, Cahoy E S.  2010.  Valuing Information Literacy: Affective Learning and the ACRL Standards. portal: Libraries and the Academy. 10(2):127-146.
Schuh JH.  2003.  Contemporary financial issues in student affairs. New directions for student services. :98p..