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deVries S, Kelly R, Storm PM.  2010.  Moving Beyond Citation Analysis: How Surveys and Interviews Enhance, Enrich, and Expand Your Research Findings. College & Research Libraries. 71(5):456-466.
Saunders L.  2009.  The Future of Information Literacy in Academic Libraries: A Delphi Study. portal: Libraries and the Academy. 9(1):99-114.
Smith KR.  2001.  New Roles and Responsibilities for the University Library: Advancing Student Learning Through Outcomes Assessment. Journal of Library Administration. 35(4):29-36.
Brown JM, Stowers ED.  2013.  Use of Data in Collections Work: An Exploratory Survey. Collection Management. 38(2):143-162.
Rutner J, Self J.  2013.  Still Bound for Disappointment? Another Look at Faculty and Library Journal Collections Evidence Based Library & Information Practice. 8(2):114-128.
James M, Jascha J, Macheak C, Manis S, Rose D, Sukany M.  2011.  Collection Analysis Project.
Shahwan TMohamed, Kaba A.  2013.  Efficiency analysis of GCC academic libraries: an application of data envelopment analysis. Performance Measurement and Metrics. 14(3):197-210.
Samson S.  2000.  What and when do they know? Web-based assessment Reference Services Review. 28(4):335-42.
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.
Sanders N P.  1982.  Some Factors for Predicting Changes in Library Support From the University During Periods of Economic Decline. Ph.D.:150.
Brown D, Sen B.  2010.  The Undergraduate Prospectus as a Marketing Tool for Academic Libraries. New Review of Academic Librarianship. 16(2):160-191.
Seeholzer J, Salem JA.  2010.  The Learning Library: A Case Study of the Evolution From Information Commons to Learning Commons at Kent State University Libraries. College & Undergraduate Libraries. 17(2/3):287-296.
Saunders L.  2012.  Faculty Perspectives on Information Literacy as a Student Learning Outcome. The Journal of Academic Librarianship. 38(4):226-236.
Schroeder R, Cahoy E S.  2010.  Valuing Information Literacy: Affective Learning and the ACRL Standards. portal: Libraries and the Academy. 10(2):127-146.
Elsayed AM, Saleh EI.  2013.  Measuring the return on investment of academic libraries in Arab countries a proposed model. Information Development.
Stone G, Ramsden B, Pattern D.  2012.  Library Impact Data Project. SCONUL Focus. (54):25-28.
Fox K, Horne LM, King T, Seely S, Walsh K.  2008.  The Librarian as Bridge-Builder. Public Services Quarterly. 4(2):177-185.
Phipps S, Franklin B, Sharma S.  2013.  Striving for Excellence: Organizational Climate Matters. Evidence Based Library & Information Practice. 8(2):22-35.
Schofield JL, Cooper A, Waters DH.  1975.  Evaluation of an academic library's stock effectiveness. Journal of Librarianship. 7(3):207-227.
de Jager K.  2001.  Impacts and outcomes: searching for the most elusive indicators of academic library performance. the 4th Northumbria International Conference on Performance Measurement in Libraries and Information Services. Pittsburgh, PA:291-7.
Simmel L.  2007.  Building your value story and business case. College & Research Libraries News. 68(2):88-91.
Corrall S, Somsak S.  2010.  Evaluating Intellectual Assets in University Libraries:: A Multi-Site Case Study from Thailand. Journal of Information & Knowledge Management. 9(3):277-290.
Shaffer C, Vardaman L, Miller D.  2010.  Library Usage Trends and Needs of International Students. Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian. 29(2):109-117.
Stewart C.  2010.  Whither Metrics? Tools for Assessing Publication Impact of Academic Library Practitioners Journal of Academic Librarianship. 36(5):449-453.
Greer K, Swanberg S, Hristova M, Switzer AT, Daniel D, Perdue SWynn.  2012.  Beyond the Web Tutorial: Development and Implementation of an Online, Self-Directed Academic Integrity Course at Oakland University. The Journal of Academic Librarianship. 38(5):251-258.

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