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Stoddard K.  2010.  Writing ourselves new roles. Library & Information Update. 9(4):36-37.
Oakleaf M.  2010.  Writing Information Literacy Assessment Plans: A Guide to Best Practice. Communications in Information Literacy. 3(2):80.
Imholz S, Arns J W.  2007.  Worth Their Weight: An Assessment of the Evolving Field of Library Evaluation. Public Library Quarterly. 26(3/4):31-48.
Zweizig DL.  1976.  With Our Eye on User - Needed Research for Information and Referral in Public-Library. Drexel Library Quarterly. 12(1-2):48-58.
Dillon D.  2011.  Why Libraries Persist: Hermits, Clouds, Confucius, Bubbles, and Hortense Foglesong. Journal of Library Administration. 51(1):18-36.
Bernon J.  2008.  Why and How to Measure the Use of Electronic Resources. Liber Quarterly: The Journal of European Research Libraries. 18(3/4):459-463.
Stewart C.  2010.  Whither Metrics? Tools for Assessing Publication Impact of Academic Library Practitioners Journal of Academic Librarianship. 36(5):449-453.
Hiller S, Kyrillidou M, Self J.  2008.  When the evidence is not enough: Organizational factors that influence effective and successful library assessment. Performance Measurement and Metrics. 9(3):223-230.
Stouffer CM.  2010.  When Statistics Backfire. AALL Spectrum. 14(4):18-38.
Tumbleson BE, Burke JJ.  2010.  When Life Hands You Lemons: Overcoming Obstacles to Expand Services in an Embedded Librarian Program. Journal of Library Administration. 50(7/8):972-988.
Oakleaf M.  2011.  What's the Value of an Academic Library?: The Development of the ACRL Value of Academic Libraries Comprehensive Research Review and Report Australian Academic & Research Libraries. 42(1):1-13.
Peters TA.  2002.  What's the use? the value of e-resource usage statistics New Library World. 103(1172/3):39-47.
Matthews JR.  2011.  What's the Return on ROI?" The Benefits and Challenges of Calculating Your Library's Return on Investment Library Leadership & Management. 25(1):1-14.
Dupont C, Yakel E.  2013.  "What's So Special about Special Collections?" Or, Assessing the Value Special Collections Bring to Academic Libraries Evidence Based Library & Information Practice. 8(2):9-21.
Gross M, Latham D.  2012.  What's Skill Got to Do with It?: Information Literacy Skills and Self-Views of Ability Among First-Year College Students Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 63(3):574-583.
Bradford JT.  2005.  What's Coming Off the Shelves? A Reference Use Study Analyzing Print Reference Sources Used in a University Library Journal of Academic Librarianship. 31(6):546-558.
Seely S.  2010.  What water? In the Library with the Lead Pipe. 2010(January):1-6.
Gardner S, Eng S.  2005.  What students want: generation y and the changing function of the academic library. portal: Libraries and the Academy. 5(3):405-420.
King D.  2009.  What is the Next Trend in Usage Statistics in Libraries? Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship. 21(1):4-14.
Goetsch LA.  2009.  What is our value and who values us? College & Research Libraries News. 70(9):502-503.
Smith IM.  1999.  What do we know about public library use? AsLib Proceedings. 51(9):302-314.
Conyers A.  2007.  What do publisher usage statistics tell us? The Analysing Publisher Deal project from Evidence Base SCONUL Focus. (40):72-76.
Williams SA, Terras MM, Warwick C.  2013.  What do people study when they study Twitter? Classifying Twitter related academic papers Journal of Documentation. 69(3):384-410.
Wimmer U.  2009.  What do higher education management and administration expect of library benchmarking?: Results of a workshop on BIX – the Library Index for Academic Libraries in Germany Performance Measurement and Metrics. 10(2):116-121.

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