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Association of Research Libraries. 2000. New Measures: Developing Statistics and Performance Measures to Describe Networked Information Services and Resource for ARL Libraries: Discussion Prospectus. Washington, D.C.: Association of Research Libraries.

Bauer, Kathleen. 2000. Who Goes There? Measuring Library Web Site Usage. Online. (January). Available from

Bertot, John. 2000. Developing National Library Network Statistics & Performance Measures. Available from

Bishop, Ann Peterson. 1998. Logins and Bailouts: Measuring Access, Use, and Success in Digital Libraries. The Journal of Electronic Publishing 4(2). Available from

Guthrie, Kevin. 2000. Revitalizing Older Published Literature: Preliminary Lessons from the Use of JSTOR. Paper presented at the Economics and Usage of Digital Library Collections, Ann Arbor, Michigan, March 23-24.

Haar, John. 2000. Project PEAK: Vanderbilt’s Experience with Articles on Demand. From Carnegie to Internet2: Forging the Serials Future, Proceedings of the North American Serials Interest Group, 14th Annual Conference (Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, June 10­13, 1999). Binghamton, N.Y.: Haworth Information Press.

International Coalition of Library Consortia (ICOLC). 1998. Guidelines for Statistical Measures of Usage of Web-Based Indexed, Abstracted, and Full Text Resources. Available from

Kohl, David. 2000. Shifting Approaches to Collection Development: Should We Bother Selecting Journals at All? Paper presented at Oxford 2000: The Fiesole Collection Development Retreat Series, Oxford, England, July 20-22.

Peterson, Ivars. 2000. Beyond Hits and Page Views. The Journal of Electronic Publishing 5(3). Available from

Public Library Association. 2000. PLA Tech Note: Electronic Statistics: Counting Crows. Available from

Rothman, Joel B. 2000. Establish an Effective Privacy Policy. e-Business Advisor (March): 34.

Sanville, Tom. 2000. A Method Out of the Madness: OhioLINK’s Collaborative Response to the Serials Crisis, Three Years Later-Progress Report. Paper presented at the North American Serials Interest Group Conference, University of California, San Diego, June 22-25.

Townley, Charles, and Leigh Murray. 1999. Use-Based Criteria for Selecting and Retaining Electronic Information: A Case Study. Information Technology and Libraries 18(1):32-9.

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