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  • Beile, P. M. et al. (2004). A Microscope or a Mirror?: A Question of Study Validity Regarding the Use of Dissertation Citation Analysis for Evaluating Research Collections. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 30(5), 347-353.
  • Dennison, R. F. (2000). Quality assessment of collection development through tiered checklists: can you prove you are a good collection developer? Collection Building, 19(1), 24-26.


  • Fuchs, B. E. et al. (2006). Behavioral Citation Analysis: Toward Collection Enhancement for Users. College and Research Libraries, 67(4), 304-324.
  • Guerrero-Bote, V. P. et al. (2002). Methods for the analysis of the uses of scientific information: the case of the University of Extremadura (1996-97). Libri, 52(2), 99-109.


  • Haycock, L. A. (2004). Citation analysis of education dissertations for collection development. Library Resources and Technical Services,  102-106.
  • Hughes, J. (1995). Use of faculty publication lists and ISI citation data to identify a core list of journals with local importance. Library Acquisitions: Practice and Theory,  403-413.


  • Johnson, B. (1996). Citation Analysis of the Texas Tech University's Statistics Faculty: A Study Applied to Collection Development at the University Library. LIBRES: Library and Information Science Research, 6(3).  Disponible en: http://libres.curtin.edu.au/libre6n3/johnson.htm


  • Klassen, T. W. (2001). Measuring serials usage using faculty cited journals data.  Bottom Line,  37-43.


  • Knievel, J. E., y Kellsey, C. (2005).  Citation Analysis For Collection Development: A Comparative Study Of Eight Humanities Fields. Library Quarterly, 75(2), 142-168.

  • Labonte, K. B. (2005). Citation Analysis: A Method for Collection Development for a Rapidly Developing Field. Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship, Summer.


  • Leiding, R. (2005). Using Citation Checking of Undergraduate Honors Thesis Bibliographies to Evaluate Library Collections. 66(5), 417-429.


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  • Line, M. B. (2001). The use of citation and other statistics in stock management.  IFLA Journal,  247-252.


  • Lumande, E., y Ojedokun, A. A. (2005). Collection mapping as an evaluation technique for determining curriculum and collection relationship: the University of Botswana Experience. African Journal of Library,  25-33.


  • Mancall, J. C. (1978). Resources used by high school students in preparing independent study projects: a bibliometric approach. Tesis doctoral, Drexel University.


  • Shiue, Y. C., y Guo, G. M. (2005). A method to build core article ranked lists in interdisciplinary department and journal.  Journal of Educational Media and Library Sciences,  313-328.


  • Sylvia, M. J. (1998). Citation analysis as an unobtrusive method for journal collection evaluation using psychology student research bibliographies. Collection Building, 17(1), 20-28.


  • Zipp, L. S. (1996). Thesis and Dissertation Citations as Indicators of Faculty Research Use of University Library Journal Collections. Library Resources and Technical Services, 40(4), 335-342.
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