LibValue Database

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AAHSL: Association of Academic Health Sciences Libraries
Joubert DJ, Lee TP.  2007.  Empowering your institution through assessment. Journal of the Medical Library Association. 95(1):46-53.
Academic librarians
Lindsay E B.  2008.  By the Numbers: Current Research in the Literature. Public Services Quarterly. 4(3):257-260.
Corrall S, Kennan MAnne, Afzal W.  2013.  Bibliometrics and research data management services: Emerging trends in library suport for research. Library trends. 61(3):636-674.
Pan D, Wiersma G, Fong Y.  2011.  Towards Demonstrating Value: Measuring the Contributions of Library Collections to University Research and Teaching Goals. ACRL Conference. :459-465.
Maskell C.  2006.  Consortia activity in academic libraries: Anti-competitive or in the public good? Ph.D.:227.
Kennedy MR, Brancolini KR.  2012.  Academic Librarian Research: A Survey of Attitudes, Involvement, and Perceived Capabilities. College & Research Libraries. 73(5):431-448.
Dunaway M K, Orblych M T.  2011.  Formative assessment: transforming information literacy instruction. Reference Services Review. 39(1):24-41.
Young ML.  2004.  Project Success at Virginia Tech: Librarians Can Help Students in Jeopardy Succeed in Academia. Virginia Libraries. 50(2):17-19.
Hughes AM.  2013.  Academic Librarians Would Benefit from Instruction on Conducting Research. Evidence Based Library & Information Practice. 8(2):245-247.
Brown JM.  2011.  Developing a library value indicator for a disciplinary population. Proceedings of the 3rd annual Library Assessment Conference.
Tenopir C, Volentine R.  2012.  Scholarly reading habits: demonstrating library value. LINK. (15):8-9.
Kezar A.  2005.  Librarians enhancing student engagement: Partners in learning that build bridges. Colleges, code, and copyright: the impact of digital networks and technological controls on copyright and the dissemination of information in higher education. :16-32.
Academic libraries
Wolff RA.  1995.  Using the Accreditation Process to Transform the Mission of the Library. Information Technology and the Remaking of the University Library. :77-95.
Hindle A.  1979.  Markov models of book obsolescence. Information Processing & Management. 15(1):17-18.
Staley DJ, Malenfant KJ.  2010.  Futures thinking for academic librarians: Higher education in 2025. Information Services & Use. 30(1/2):57-90.
Neurohr K, Ackermann E, O'Mahony DP, White LS.  2013.  Coding Practices for LibQUAL+ Open-Ended Comments. Evidence Based Library & Information Practice. 8(2):96-113.
Kumar H.A..  2011.  Return on Investment (ROI) from Libraries. CALIBER 2011:Goa.
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.
Passonneau SM.  2013.  Library assessment activities: Using ISO 11620 to review the assessment data of academic libraries in North America. Performance Measurement and Metrics. 14(3):175-196.
Porat L.  2013.  Marketing and Assessment in Academic Libraries: A Marriage of Convenience or True Love? Evidence Based Library & Information Practice. 8(2):60-67.
D'Angelo BJ.  2004.  If They Build It Will They Come? Cooperation and Collaboration to Create a Customized Library The Reference Librarian. 40(83-84):237-250.
Mays R, Tenopir C, Kaufman PT.  2010.  Lib-Value: Measuring Value and Return on Investment of Academic Libraries. Research Library Issues. (271):36-40.
Clayton H.  1965.  An investigation of various social and economic factors influencing student use of one college library. Ph.D.:140.
Weaver KD, Pier PM.  2010.  Embedded Information Literacy in the Basic Oral Communication Course: From Conception through Assessment. Public Services Quarterly. 6(2-3):259-270.
Mezick EM.  2007.  Return on Investment: Libraries and Student Retention. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 33(5):561-566.

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