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Turner SH, Hurley JL.  2002.  The history and practice of college health. :461p..
Tumbleson BE, Burke JJ.  2010.  When Life Hands You Lemons: Overcoming Obstacles to Expand Services in an Embedded Librarian Program. Journal of Library Administration. 50(7/8):972-988.
Tucker C.  2009.  Benchmarking Usage Statistics in Collection Management Decisions for Serials. Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship. 21(1):48-61.
Tsakonas G, Papatheodorou C.  2009.  Evaluation of digital libraries : an insight into useful applications and methods. :275p..
Tsakonas G, Papatheodorou C.  2008.  Exploring usefulness and usability in the evaluation of open access digital libraries. Information Processing & Management. 44(3):1234-1250.
Tsakonas G, Papatheodorou C.  2006.  Analysing and evaluating usefulness and usability in electronic information services. Journal of Information Science. 32(5):400-419.
Trueswell RW.  1979.  Balancing Library Objectives with Book Circulation. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 5(2):68-69.
Travis H.  2010.  Estimating the economic impact of mass digitization projects on copyright holders: evidence from the Google Book Search Litigation. Journal of the Copyright Society of the USA. 57(4):907-949.
Traister D.  2003.  Public Services and Outreach in Rare Book, Manuscript,and Special Collections Libraries. Library Trends. 52(1):87-108.
Town JS, Kyrillidou M.  2013.  Developing a values scorecard. Performance Measurement and Metrics. 14(1):7-16.
Town JS, Kyrillidou M.  2011.  Developing a values scorecard. 9th Northumbria International Conference on Performance Measurement in Libraries and Information Services.
Town JS.  2011.  Value, impact, and the transcendent library: progress and pressures in performance measurement and evaluation. The Library Quarterly. 81(1):111-125.
Torabi N.  2011.  Public Librarians with the Highest Retention Rate are More Likely to Choose their Entire Career Path in Public Libraries. Evidence Based Library & Information Practice. 6(2):64-68.
Todd RJ.  1998.  From Net surfers to Net seekers: WWW, critical literacies and learning outcomes. Teacher Librarian. 26(2):16-21.
Tobin J C.  1974.  Study of library use studies. Information Storage and Retrieval. 10(3/4):101-113.
Thomas WJoseph, Blackwell L.  2010.  NIH Mandate One Year On: How Are Libraries Responding? Serials Librarian. 58(1-4):257-262.
Thomas D, Davidson C, Kyrillidou M, Plum T.  2011.  Measuring Use of Licensed Electronic Resources: Results of the Second Iteration of the MINES for Libraries Survey on Scholars Portal and Other Resources for the Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL). 9th Northumbria International Conference on Performance Measurement in Libraries and Information Services.
Tenopir C, Volentine R.  2012.  The Value of Scholarly Reading in the Life Sciences. Ideas in Ecology and Evolution. 5(2):63-73.
Tenopir C.  2009.  Measuring the value of the academic library: Return on investment and other value measures. Proceedings of the NASIG 2009 Annual Conference.
Tenopir C.  2012.  Scholarly Reading in a Digital Age: Some things change, some stay the same. NFAIS.
Tenopir C, King DW, Bush A.  2004.  Medical faculty's use of print and electronic journals: changes over time and in comparison with scientists. Journal of the Medical Library Association. 92(2):233-241.
Tenopir C.  2003.  Use and users of electronic library resources: an overview and analysis of recent research studies.
Tenopir C, Volentine R, King DW.  2013.  Social Media and Reading. Online Information Review. 37(2):193-216.
Tenopir C.  2009.  Measuring academic libraries' return on investment (ROI), Roundtable discussion leader. ACRL 14th National Conference.
Tenopir C, Baker G, Read EJ, Manoff M, McClanahan K, Nicholas D, King DW.  2007.  MaxData: A project to help librarians maximize e-journals usage data. Usage Statistics of E-Serials. (9):297p..

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