18
Association of Research Libraries
Research Library Issues 290 2017
15
Oakleaf, The Value of Academic Libraries, 118.
16
Megan Oakleaf, “Are They Learning? Are We? Learning Outcomes
and the Academic Library,” Library Quarterly 81, no. 1 (January
2011): 65.
17
Alexander W. Astin, What Matters in College: Four Critical Years
Revisited (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1993).
18
Tatiana Melguizo, Gregory S. Kienzl, and Mariana Alfonso,
“Comparing the Educational Attainment of Community College
Transfer Students and Four-Year College Rising Juniors Using
Propensity Score Matching Methods,” Journal of Higher Education 82,
no. 3 (May–June 2011): 265–291.
19
Paul W. Grimes and Marybeth F. Charters, “Library Use and the
Undergraduate Economics Student,” College Student Journal 34, no.
4 (December 2000): 557–570; Krista M. Soria, Shane Nackerud, and
Kate Peterson, “Socioeconomic Indicators Associated with First-Year
College Students’ Use of Academic Libraries,” Journal of Academic
Librarianship 41, no. 5 (September 2015): 636–643.
20
Soria, Nackerud, and Peterson, “Socioeconomic Indicators”;
Ethelene Whitmire, “Academic Library Performance Measures and
Undergraduates’ Library Use and Educational Outcomes,” Library &
Information Science Research 24, no. 2 (2002): 107–128.
21
Soria, Nackerud, and Peterson, “Socioeconomic Indicators”; Ethelene
Whitmire, “The Relationship between Undergraduates’ Background
Characteristics and College Experiences and Their Academic Library
Use,” College & Research Libraries 62, no. 6 (November 2001): 528–540.
22
Soria, Nackerud, and Peterson, “Socioeconomic Indicators.”
23
Ibid.
24
Chiteng Kot and Jones, “The Impact of Library Resource Utilization”;
Soria, Nackerud, and Peterson, “Socioeconomic Indicators.”
25
Ibid.
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