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Aabø S.  2005.  The role and value of public libraries in the age of digital technologies. Journal of Librarianship & Information Science. 37(4):205-211.
Aabø S, Strand J.  2004.  Public library valuation, nonuse values, and altruistic motivations. Library & Information Science Research. 26(3):351-372.
Aabø S.  2005.  Valuing the benefits of public libraries. Information Economics & Policy. 17(2):175-198.
Aabø S, Audunson R.  2002.  Rational choice and valuation of public libraries: can economic models for evaluating non-market goods be applied to public libraries? Journal of Librarianship & Information Science. 34(1):5-15.
Aabø S.  2009.  Libraries and return on investment (ROI): a meta-analysis. New Library World. 110(7/8):311-324.
Aabø S.  2005.  Are public libraries worth their price?: A contingent valuation study of Norwegian public libraries New Library World. 106(11/12):487-495.
Abdullah S.  2010.  Measuring the outcomes of information literacy: Perception vs evidence-based data. International Information & Library Review. 42(2):98-104.
Abels EG, Kantor PB, Saracevic T.  1996.  Studying the cost and value of library and information services: Applying functional cost analysis to the library in transition. Journal of the American Society for Information Science. 47(3):217-227.
Abels EG, Cogdill KW, Zach L.  2004.  Identifying and communicating the contributions of library and information services in hospitals and academic health sciences centers. Journal of the Medical Library Association. 92(1):46-55.
Abels EG, Cogdill KW, Zach L.  2002.  The contributions of library and information services to hospitals and academic health sciences centers: a preliminary taxonomy. Journal of the Medical Library Association. 90(3):276-284.
Adamich T.  2010.  Context and Relationships, Past and Present: The Role of Authority in Information Discovery. Knowledge Quest. 38(3):66-70.
Addison J, Glover S W, Thornton C.  2010.  The impact of information skills training on independent literature searching activity and requests for mediated literature searches. Health Information & Libraries Journal. 27(3):191-197.
Adebonojo L, Ellis M, Campbell K, Hawkins M.  2010.  Redirecting library instruction based on socioeconomic data. Reference Services Review. 38(3):398-416.
Adkins D, Hussey L.  2006.  The Library in the Lives of Latino College Students. Library Quarterly. 76(4):456-480.
Adolphus M.  2007.  An Interview with David Nicholas. Information Management Guru Interviews.
Aerni SE, King DW.  2006.  Contingent valuation in academic and public libraries. ARL Assessment Conference. Charlottesville, VA
Akers C.  2011.  ESULA: changing perceptions of the academic library through student activism. Reference Services Review. 39(1):123-131.
Alexander OD.  2008.  Public Library Services to Underrepresented Groups: Poor & Unemployed, Emphasizing Danville, Virginia. Public Library Quarterly. 27(2):111-133.
Alexander KF.  2000.  The Changing Face of Accountability: Monitoring and Assessing Institutional Performance in Higher Education. Journal of Higher Education. 71(4):411-431.
Alharbi A, Middleton M.  2012.  The relationship between academic library usage and educational performance in Kuwait. Library Management. 33(1/2):86-94.
Allard S L.  2003.  Innovation in a university social system: The adoption of electronic theses and dissertations digital libraries. Ph.D.:188.
Allen TJ.  1969.  Information Needs and Uses. Annual Review of Information Science and Technology. 4:3-29.
Allen M.  2010.  Staying Focused During Tough Economic Times: Consolidating Our Research Base. Library Media Connection. 29(1):18-21.
Allen L, Baker N, Wilson J, Creamer K, Consiglio D.  2013.  Analyzing the MISO Data: Broader Perpectives on Library and Computing Trends. Evidence Based Library & Information Practice. 8(2):129-138.
Allen DB, Gould RA, Littrell LA, Schillie JE.  2010.  K-State's Distributed Learning Commons: Achieving Long-Term Sustainability Through Strategic Partnerships. College & Undergraduate Libraries. 17(2-3):160-176.