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Case Studies
Lewis M.  2010.  The University of Sheffield Library Information Commons: A Case Study. Journal of Library Administration. 50(2):161-178.
James M, Jascha J, Macheak C, Manis S, Rose D, Sukany M.  2011.  Collection Analysis Project.
Booth A.  2009.  A Bridge Too Far? Stepping Stones for Evidence Based Practice in an Academic Context New Review of Academic Librarianship. 15(1):3-34.
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.
Daniels K.  2010.  Got Value? Journal Collection Analysis Is Worth the Effort Medical Reference Services Quarterly. 29(3):275-285.
Garibay C, Gutierrez H, Figueroa A.  2010.  Evaluation of a Digital Library by Means of Quality Function Deployment (QFD) and the Kano Model. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 36(2):125-132.
Nicholson S.  2010.  Inviting the World Into the Online Classroom: Teaching a Gaming in Libraries Course via YouTube. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science. 51(4):233-240.
Kim J-A.  2006.  Measuring the Impact of Knowledge Management. IFLA Journal. 32(4):362-367.
Chung H K.  2008.  The contingent valuation method in public libraries. Journal of Librarianship & Information Science. 40(2):71-80.
Epstein BA, Tannery NH, Wessel CB, Yarger F, LaDue J, Fiorillo AB.  2010.  Development of a clinical information tool for the electronic medical record: a case study. Journal of the Medical Library Association. 98(3):223-227.
Derven C, Kendlin V.  2011.  Evidence-Based Librarianship: A Case Study of a Print Resource Cancellation Project. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 37(2):166-170.
Sarli CC, Dubinsky EK, Holmes KL.  2010.  Beyond citation analysis: a model for assessment of research impact. Journal of the Medical Library Association. 98(1):17-23.
Fielden N, Foster Sr M.  2010.  Crossing the Rubricon: Evaluating the Information Literacy Instructor. Journal of Information Literacy. 4(2):78-90.
Nazari M.  2010.  Design and process of a contextual study of information literacy: An Eisenhardt approach. Library & Information Science Research. 32(3):179-191.
Elteto S, Jackson RM, Lim A.  2008.  Is the Library a “Welcoming Space”?: An Urban Academic Library and Diverse Student Experiences portal: Libraries and the Academy. 8(3):325-337.
White M D, Wang P.  1997.  A qualitative study of citing behavior: contributions, criteria, and metalevel documentation concerns. Library Quarterly. 67(2):122-154.
Brown C P, Kingsley-Wilson B.  2010.  Assessing organically: turning an assignment into an assessment. Reference Services Review. 38(4):536-556.
Dole WV, Hill JB.  2011.  Community users in North American academic libraries. New Library World. 112(3/4):141-9.
Sullivan D, Leong J, Yee A, Giddens D, Phillips R.  2013.  Getting published: group support for academic librarians. Library Management. 34(8/9):690-704.
Lei Hsieh M, Holden HA.  2010.  The effectiveness of a university's single-session information literacy instruction. Reference Services Review. 38(3):458-473.
Scigliano M.  2002.  Consortium purchases: case study for a cost-benefit analysis. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 28(6):393-399.
Walker T, Mays R.  2012.  Aligning Assessment Efforts with Institutional Priorities: A Case Study from the University of Tennessee. QQML 2012.
Case B D.  2000.  The acquisition of faculty member publications at their university libraries. Library Resources & Technical Services. 44(2):84-91.
Chen Y-H, Van Ullen MK.  2011.  Helping International Students Succeed Academically through Research Process and Plagiarism Workshops. College & Research Libraries. 72(3):209-235.
Zhao D.  2010.  Characteristics and impact of grant-funded research: a case study of the library and information science field. Scientometrics. 84(2):293-306.

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