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Bilal, D. (2015).  Beyond searching: Understanding Young Users’ Holistic Information Interaction Experiences. 7th International Conference on Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries.
Bilal, D., Erdelez S., Fisher K., & Wang P. (2013).  Teaching information behavior: Sharing global experiences.. The 2013 Conference of the Association of Library and Information Science Education. Seattle, Washington, January 22-25..
Bilal, D. (2006).  Information realities: Exploring affective and emotional aspects in information seeking and use. SIG USE 6th Annual Research Symposium, American Society for Information Science & Technology. Available: http://www.asis.org/Conferences/AM06/siguse.html.
Bilal, D. (2012).  Relevance ranking, relevance judgment, and information retrieval precision on children’s queries: Evaluation of Google, Yahoo, Bing, Yahoo Kids, and Ask Kids.. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 63(9), 1879-1896.
Bilal, D. (1999).  How do children and adults search the Web?. Tennessee Library Association Conference.
Bilal, D. (2005).  Emotional design II: Affective information behavior research with adult and child populations. 68th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. Available online.
Bilal, D. (1996).  Teaching reference via the Internet. 5, 10-16.
Bilal, D., & Wang P. (2003).  Children’s categorization and the design of taxonomic categories in search engines. In Proceedings of LIDA 2003 Libraries in the Digital Age Conference. 1-4.
Bilal, D., & Kirby J. (2002).  Differences and similarities in information seeking: Children and adults as Web users. Information Processing & Management. 38, 649-670.
Bilal, D. (1989).  International students' acquisitions of library research skills: Relationship with their English language proficiency. (Pastine, M., & Katz B., Ed.).Integrating Library Use Skills into the General Education Curriculum. pp. 129-143.
Bilal, D. (2000).  User studies and system design: Bridging the gap. 63rd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 520-521.
Bilal, D. (2005).  Are children, adolescents, and adults homogeneous information seekers and design partners?. 68th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology.
Bilal, D. (2010).  The mediated information needs of children on the Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Proceedings of the 31st ACM SIGIR Workshop on Accessible Search Systems, Geneva, Switzerland, July 19-23 (pp. 42-49).
Bilal, D., & Gwizdka J. (2016).  Top ranked results and what they mean? Misconception of missed information literacy education. The 79th 2016 Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science and Technology.
Bilal, D., & Watson J. (1998).  Children's Paperless Projects: Inspiring Research via the Web. Proceedings of the IFLA General Conference. Booklet 3, 101-107.
Bilal, D. (2004).  Affective information seeking and system interface design from children’s perspectives. 67th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology.
Bilal, D. (2003).  Draw and tell: Children as designers of Web interfaces. 66th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science & Technology.
Bilal, D. (1994).  Automating library media centers in Georgia: A survey of practices, knowledge, issues, and trends. School Library Media Quarterly. 22, 221-230.
Bilal, D. (2001).  Kids’ trek: The next generation. 64th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 587-588.
Bilal, D., & Boehm M(R). (2012).  Towards new methodologies for assessing relevance of information retrieval from Web search engines on children’s queries. Proceedings of The 5th Quantitative and Qualitative Methods in Libraries International Conference, Limerick, Ireland, May 22-27.
Bilal, D. (2006).  Assessing the usability of cross-cultural digital libraries for Arabic-speaking children.. Proceedings of LIDA 2006 Libraries in the Digital Age Conference. 49-62.
Bilal, D. (1999).  Finding a needle in the haystack: Effective strategies for untangling the Web. Ninth National Conference & Exhibition of the American Association of School Librarians.
Bilal, D. (2005).  Cross-cultural use of digital libraries by children in Arabic-speaking countries. 68th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology.
Bilal, D. (1996).  Information retrieval in cyberspace. Proceedings of the 1996 American Society of Information Science Mid-Year Meeting. 224-237.
Bilal, D. (2004).  Research on children's information seeking on the Web. (Chelton, M. K., & Cool C., Ed.).Youth Information-Seeking: Theories, Models, and Approaches. Mary Kay & Colleen. 271-291.
Bilal, D. (2002).  Children's use of the Yahooligans! Web search engine. III. Cognitive and physical behaviors on fully self-generated tasks. Journal of the American Society for Information Science & Technology. 43, 1170-1183.
Bilal, D. (1990).  Problems of foreign students in Using United States libraries and the difficulties of translating an international education to Lebanon. (Tallman, J., Ed.).Translating and International Education to a National Environment. 23-37.
Bilal, D., & Sarangthem S. (2008).  Task-based models of children's information-seeking behavior in digital libraries.. The 37th Annual Conference of the International Association of School Librarianship (IASL).
Bilal, D. (2000).  Lost and found in cyberspace: Strategies for untangling the Web. Tennessee Library Association Conference.
Bilal, D. (2014).  Library automation: Core concepts and practical systems analysis.. 310.
Bilal, D. (2005).  Arabic-speaking children’s interaction with the International Children’s Digital Library (ICDL). Global Studies Conference.
Bilal, D. (2011).  Qualitative and quantitative research methods in studies of children’s information behavior. The 3rd Quantitative and Qualitative Methods in Libraries International Conference, Athens, Greece, May 24-27. .
Bilal, D., & Gwizdka J. (2016).  Children’s eye fixations on Google search results. Proceedings of the 79th 2016 Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science and Technology.
Bilal, D. (2005).  Nacrtaj i objasni: Djeca kao dizajneri internetskih sucelja. Dijete i drustvo. 6, 321-334.
Bilal, D. (2003).  Draw and tell: Children as designers of Web interfaces. Proceedings of the 66th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science & Technology.. 135-141.
Bilal, D. (1995).  Online catalogs as gateways to the Internet: Navigation strategies, benefits, and issues.. Proceedings of the 10th National Conference on Integrated Online Library Systems. 107-118.
Bilal, D., & Kirby J. (2001).  Factors influencing children's and adults' information seeking on the Web: Results of two studies.. Proceedings of the 64th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science & Technology. 126-140.
Bilal, D. (2013).  Readability of text retrieved by search engines on different types of children’s search queries: The case of Google. Proceedings of The 5th Quantitative and Qualitative Methods in Libraries International Conference, Rome, Italy, June 3-7.
Bilal, D. (2013).  Towards New Methodologies for Assessing Relevance of Information Retrieval from Web Search Engines on Children’s Queries.. Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methods in Libraries: An International Journal. 1(March), 7.
Bilal, D. (1999).  Children and graduate students' Web traversal behaviors: Preliminary findings. 62nd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science.
Bilal, D. (2005).  Cross-cultural issues in user learning and the design of digital interfaces. 68th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. Available online.
Bilal, D., & Price C. (1997).  The impact of a technology-rich environment. Proceedings of the International Association of School Librarianship. 137-141.
Bilal, D. (2004).  Emotional design: The influential role of affect in information behavior. 67th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 575.
Bilal, D. (2002).  Children design their interfaces for Web search engines: A participatory approach). Proceedings of the 30th Canadian Association of Information Science (CAIS/ACSI) Conference.. 204-214.
Bilal, D., Sarangthem S., & Bachir I. (2008).  Toward a model of children's information seeking behavior in digital libraries.. Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Information Interaction in Contex (IIiX), ACM International Conference Proceeding Series. 348,
Bilal, D. (2000).  Children's use of the Yahooligans! Web search engine. I. Cognitive, physical, and affective behaviors on fact-based tasks. Journal of the American Society for Information Science. 51, 646-665.
Bilal, D., & Jopeck V. (2014).  Young girls’ affective responses to access and use of information and communication technology (ICT) in information-poor societies.. New Directions in Children’s and Adolescents’ Information Behavior Research . 107-126.
Bilal, D. (2005).  Affect and Arabic-speaking children’s interaction with digital libraries. 68th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology.
Bilal, D., & Boehm M(R). (2013).  Consolidated relevance assessment of information retrieval by Web search engines on children’s search queries. Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methods in Libraries: An International Journal. June,
Bilal, D. (1999).  Web search engines for children: A comparative study and performance evaluation of Yahooligans!, Ask Jeeves for Kids, and Super Snooper. 62nd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science.

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