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Books and Journal Articles
Ahmed, S. M. Zabed. “Measuring Performance and Impact of Rural Community-led Library Initiatives in
Thailand.” Information Development 26, no. 1 (2010): 17–35.
Becker, Samantha, Karen E. Fisher, and Michael D. Crandall. “Measuring the Impact of Public Access
Computing: A Nationwide Research Initiative with Local Roots.” Alki 25, no. 2 (2009): 7–8.
Blagden, Pauline, and Philip Payne. “Measuring Our Impact in HE.” Library & Information Update (2006):
32–33.
Botha, Erika, Rene Erasmus, and Martie Van Deventer. “Evaluating the Impact of a Special Library and
Information Service.” Journal of Librarianship and Information Science 41, no. 2 (2009): 108–23.
Brewer, Stuart A. “Measuring the Impact on Individuals.” Library Association Record 99, no. 11 (1997): 607.
Dent, Valeda F. “Observations of School Library Impact at Two Rural Ugandan Schools.” New Library World
(2006): 403–21.
Dresang, Eliza T., Melissa Gross, and Leslie Edmnods Holt. “Project CATE Using Outcome Measures to
Assess School-age Children’s Use of Technology in Urban Public Libraries - A Collaborative Research
Process.” Library & Information Science Research (2003): 19.
Durrance, Joan C., Karen E. Fisher, and Marian Bouch Hinton. “How Libraries and Librarians Help: Assessing
Outcomes in Your Library.” Chicago: American Library Association, 2005.
Durrenace, Joan C., and Karen E. Fisher-Pettigrew. “Toward Developing Measures of the Impact of Library
and Information Services.” Reference & User Services Quarterly (Fall 2002): 43–53.
Edgar, William. “Corporate Library Impact, Part I: A Theoretical Approach.” Library Quarterly 74, no. 2 (2004):
122–51.
Edgar, William. “Corporate Library Impact, Part II: Methodological Trade-offs.” Library Quarterly 74, no. 2
(2004): e1–e18.
Ellis, Kem B. “The Challenge of Measuring the Economic Impact of Public Library Services.” North Carolina
Libraries 52 (Summer 1994): 52–55.
“First ‘Library Impact Measures’ Ready to Roll.” Library & Information Update. (2005): 3.
Franklin, Brinley, and Terry Plum. “Successful Web Survey Methodologies for Measuring the Impact of
Networked Electronic Services (MINES for Libraries).” IFLA Journal 32, no. 1 (2006): 28–40.
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