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Vakkari P.  2006.  Trends in the use of digital libraries by scientists in 2000-2005: A case study of finelib. Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 43(1):1-17.
Van House NA.  1989.  Output Measures in Libraries. Library Trends. 38(2):268-279.
Van House NA.  1986.  Public Library Effectiveness: Theory, Measures, and Determinants. Library & Information Science Research. 8(3):261-283.
Van House NA.  1984.  Research on the economics of libraries. Library Trends. 32(4):407-423.
Vandenbroek A.  2010.  RtI: The Librarian's Fairy Tale? Library Media Connection. 29(2):48-50.
VanScoy A, Oakleaf M.  2008.  Evidence vs. Anecdote: Using Syllabi to Plan Curriculum-Integrated Information Literacy Instruction. College & Research Libraries. 69(6):566-575.
Venkatraman A.  2010.  Investing for innovation. Information World Review. (265):06.
Via BJ, Schmidle DJ.  2007.  Investing Wisely: Citation Rankings as a Measure of Quality in Library and Information Science Journals. portal: Libraries and the Academy. 7(3):333-373.
Wilson TD.  1994.  Information needs and uses: fifty years of progress? Fifty years of information progress: a Journal of Documentation review. :15-51.
Vij R, Soni N KS.  2011.  Maximising the Value and Return on Investment (ROI) of Special Libraries: A Case Study of INMAS Library. CALIBER 2011.
Vincent J.  2010.  Social justice, anyone? Public Library Journal. 25(3):22-23.
Voigt MJ.  1977.  Letters: User frustration (response to Saracevic and Metz). College & Research Libraries. 38(3):249-252.
Volentine R, Whitson L, Tenopir C.  2012.  Portraits of Success: Building Personas from Scholarly Reading Patterns. QQML 4th Annual Conference Proceedings.
Volentine R, Tenopir C.  2012.  Value of Academic Reading and Value of the Library in Academics' Own Words. ASLIB Proceedings.
Vuotto F.  2004.  Information competence as a value-added product: applying the business model to academe. Reference Services Review. 32(3):234-248.