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Tenopir, C., Christian L., Anderson R., Estelle L., Allard S., & Nicholas D. (2016).  Beyond the download: Issues in developing a secondary usage calculator. Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries. 5, 365-377.
Watkinson, A., Nicholas D., Thornley C., Herman E., Jamali H. R., Volentine R., et al. (2016).  Changes in the Digital Scholarly Environment and Issues of Trust: An Exploratory, Qualitative analysis. Information Processing & Management . 52(3), 446-458.
Tenopir, C., Allard S., Christian L., Anderson R., Ali-Saleh S., Nicholas D., et al. (2016).  No scholar is an island: The impact of sharing in the work life of scholars. Learned Publishing. 30(1), 5-17.
Tenopir, C., Levine K. J., Allard S., Christian L., Volentine R., Boehm M(R)., et al. (2016).  Trustworthiness and Authority of Scholarly Information in a Digital Age: Results of an International Questionnaire. Journal of the Association for Information Science & Technology (JASIST). 67(10), 2344-2361.
Nicholas, D., Jamali H. R., Watkinson A., Herman E., Tenopir C., Volentine R., et al. (2015).  Do Younger Researchers Assess Trustworthiness Differently When Deciding What to Read and Cite and Where to Publish?. International Journal of Knowledge Content Development and Technology. 5(2), 
Nicholas, D., Watkinson A., Jamali H. R., Herman E., Tenopir C., Volentine R., et al. (2015).  Peer Review: Still King in the Digital Age. Learned Publishing . 28(1), 15-21.
Thornley, C., Watkinson A., Nicholas D., Volentine R., Jamali H. R., Herman E., et al. (2015).  The Role of Trust and Authority in the Citation Behaviour of Researchers. Information Research. 20(3), 17 pages.
Jamali, H. R., Nicholas D., Watkinson A., Herman E., Tenopir C., Allard S., et al. (2014).  How Scholars Implement Trust in the Reading, Citing and Publishing: Geographical Differences. Library & Information Science Research. 36(2014), 192-202.
Nicholas, D., Watkinson A., Volentine R., Allard S., Levine K. J., Tenopir C., et al. (2014).  Trust and Authority in Scholarly Communications in the Light of the Digital Transition: Setting the Scene for a Major Study. Learned Publishing. 27(2), 121-134.
Rowlands, I., Nicholas D., Williams P., Huntington P., Fieldhouse M., Gunter B., et al. (2008).  The Google Generation: The Information Behaviour of the Researcher of the Future. Aslib Proceedings: New Information Perspectives . 60 (4),
Nicholas, D., Huntington P., Jamali H. R., Dobrowolski T., & Tenopir C. (2008).  Viewing and Reading Behaviour in a Virtual Enviroment: The Full-Text Download and What Can Be Read Into It. Aslib Proceedings: New Information Perspectives. 60 (3),
Tenopir, C., Baker G., Read E., Manoff M., McClanahan K., Nicholas D., et al. (2007).  MaxData: A Project to Help Librarians Maximize E-Journals Usage Data. Serials Librarian. 53(9), 
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.
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.
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.