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Huntington, P., Nicholas D., Jamali H. R., & Tenopir C. (2006).  Article Decay in the Digital Environment: An Analysis of Usage of OhioLINK by Date of Publication, Employing Deep Log Methods. Journal of the American Society of Information Science & Technology. 57, 1840-1851.
Tenopir, C. (2006).  Being User Oriented: An International Distributed Essay Team of Master’s Students. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Information Science & Technology.
Dervin, B., Fisher K., Tenopir C., Dillon A., Normore L F., & Case D. O. (2006).  Being user-oriented: convergences, divergences, and the potential for systematic dialogue between disciplines and between researchers, designers, and providers. Proceedings of the 69th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, Austin, 2006. 2077-2088.
Tenopir, C. (2006).  Building Bridges to Information Products and Services :. Information Services & Use. 26, 213-221.
Tenopir, C. (2006).  Building Bridges to Information Products and Services. Miles Conrad Memorial Lecture, NFAIS Annual Meeting.
Tenopir, C. (2006).  E Journals and Alternatives for Scholarly Communication: User’s Needs and Expectations. Ohio State Library Seminar.
Tenopir, C. (2006).  Enhanced Searching Through Deep Indexing: Scientists’ Reaction. Charleston Conference.
Nicholas, D., Huntington P., Jamali H. R., & Tenopir C. (2006).  Finding information in (very large) digital libraries: a deep log approach to determining differences in use according to method of access. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 32, 119-126.
Tenopir, C. (2006).  The Future of the Journal. Mississippi Library Association, Annual Conference, ACRL Luncheon.
Tenopir, C. (2006).  How Electronic Journals are Changing Scholarly Journal Use. FinELib Annual Conference.
Tenopir, C. (2006).  How Electronic Journals Are Changing Scholarly Reading Patterns. CONCERT 2006 Annual Meeting.
Tenopir, C. (2006).  The Impact of Scholarly Communication on LIS Education. Chinese Association of Library and Information Science Education.
Tenopir, C. (2006).  Indexing of Tables and Figures: Scientists' Reaction. Library Fair & Forum 2006.
Baker, G., & Tenopir C. (2006).  Managing the Unmanageable: Systematic Downloading of Electronic Resources by Library Users. Journal of Library Administration. 44, 11-24.
King, D. W., Tenopir C., & Clark M. (2006).  Measuring Total Readings of Journal Articles. D-Lib Magazine. 12, Available at:
Allard, S., Levine K. J., Tenopir C., & Urs S. (2006).  Naturalistic observation for understanding users: How technology professionals use and communicate information. ASIS&T.
Tenopir, C. (2006).  Not for profit Scholarly Societies and Open Access Journal Publishing. ALISE.
Nicholas, D., Huntington P., Jamali H. R., & Tenopir C. (2006).  OhioLINK – ten years on: what deep log analysis tells us about the impact of Big Deals. Journal of Documentation. 62, 482-508.
Tenopir, C., Baker G., Robinson W. C., & Grogg J. E. (2006).  Renovating This Old House: Database Marketplace 2006. Library Journal. 131, 32-36.
Tenopir, C., Baker G., & Nicholas D. (2006).  Scatter and Decay: E-Journal Usage Patterns. Charleston Conference.
Tenopir, C. (2006).  User Behaviour in a Digital Age. Swedish Library Association annual Library Days.
Tenopir, C. (2006).  User’s Perceptions of Libraries. Michigan Library Consortium meeting.
Levine, K. J., Kushniryk A., Allard S., Tenopir C., & Asbury M. E. (2006).  What happens when work-groups meet?: An analysis of meetings in high-tech organizations. National Communication Association.
Tenopir, C. (2005).  Communication Patterns of Engineers. Transportation Research Board.
Tenopir, C. (2005).  Data, Data Everywhere: Making Sense of the Sea of User Data. 24th Annual Charleston Conference.
Tenopir, C., Baker G., & Robinson W. C. (2005).  Database Marketplace 2005: Shopping for Information. Library Journal. 130, 34-48.
Tenopir, C. (2005).  EJournals and Print: How Usage Patterns are Changing. NJ SLA.
Tenopir, C. (2005).  How Electronic Journals are Changing Reading Patterns, and Collecting Usage Data on Electronic Journal Collections (A Study of Methods and Motivations). Association of Christian Librarians.
Tenopir, C. (2005).  Journal Reading in Universities: Comparing the U.S. and Australia. The Fiesole Collection Development Retreat Series.
Tenopir, C., King D. W., Boyce P., Grayson M., & Paulson K-L. (2005).  Relying on Electronic Journals: Reading Patterns of Astronomers. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (JASIST). 56, 786-802.
Tenopir, C. (2005).  The Role of Publishing in the Research Process. Joint Information Services Committee (JISC) Meeting.
Tenopir, C. (2005).  Surveys of Scientists and Engineers: Ensuring Reliable Research and Evidence for Good Practice. ASIST Annual meeting.
Tenopir, C. (2005).  What Does Data Usage Tell Us?. Professional Society Publishers/American Association of Publishers (PSP-AAP).
Tenopir, C. (2005).  What Scientists Really Need. American Association for the Advancement of Science Meeting (AAAS).
Tenopir, C. (2005).  What We Know About User Behavior. Search Engines Conference.
Nichols, D., Huntington P., Russell B., Watkinson A., Jamali H. R., & Tenopir C. (2004).  The Big Deal: Ten Years On. Learned Publishing. 18, 251-257.
Tenopir, C., & King D. W. (2004).  Communication Patterns of Engineers.
Tenopir, C. (2004).  Communication Patterns of Engineers. Special Libraries Association, Annual Meeting.
Tenopir, C., Baker G., & Robinson W. C. (2004).  Database Marketplace 2004: The Information Playground. Library Journal. 129, 38-49.
Tenopir, C. (2004).  Development of Collections: The Impact of Electronic Resources. Meeting of Quebec university librarians, e développment des collections à l’ère du numérique.
Tenopir, C. (2004).  Discovering the Magic: Faculty and Student Use of Electronic Journals. NASIG Regional Conference.
Tenopir, C. (2004).  Electronic Journal. (Bainbridge, W. S., Ed.).Berkshire Encyclopedia of Human Computer Interaction. 202-205.