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Dania Bilal

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Conference Proceedings
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.
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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. (2015).  Beyond searching: Understanding Young Users’ Holistic Information Interaction Experiences. 7th International Conference on Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries.
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Bilal, D. (2014).  Why searching the Web is difficult?. Proceedings of the 6th Quantitative and Qualitative Methods in Libraries International Conference.
Book Chapter
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.
Journal Article
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,
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Beheshti, J., Cole C., Kuhlthau C. C., & Bilal D. (2013).  Enabling systems for inquiry-based learning. Proceedings of the 76 ASIS&T Annual Meeting.
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., 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..
Journal Article
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.
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Bilal, D., Beheshti J., Erdelez S., & Todd R. (2012).  Learning to discover: Youth information literacy in the “I” digital age. The 75th American Society for Information Science & Technology Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland, October 26-30. .
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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., & Ellis R. (2011).  Evaluating leading web search engines on children’s queries. Proceedings of the Human-Computer Interaction International Conference, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 6764, Orlando, Florida, July 9-14, p.549-558.
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. (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., & Sarangthem S. (2009).  Mediating differences in children's interaction with digital libraries through modeling their tasks.. The American Society for Information Science & Technology.
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).
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Mehra, B., & Bilal D. (2007).  International Students’ Information Needs and Use of Technology. 70th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science & Technology 2007: Joining Research and Practice: Social Computing and Information Science. 44,
Mehra, B., & Bilal D. (2007).  International Students’ Perceptions of their Information Seeking Strategies. 35th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science/L’Association canadienne des sciences de l’information (CAIS/ACSI): Information Sharing in a Fragmented World: Crossing Boundaries.
Book Chapter
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.
Conference Paper
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. (2006).  Measuring the usability of an international user interface: Culture and design representations.. Human-Computer Interaction Symposium, American Society for Information Science & Technology.
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. (2005).  Arabic-speaking children’s interaction with the International Children’s Digital Library (ICDL). Global Studies Conference.
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.
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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. (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. (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. (2005).  Examining design threads: Issues in Web design across student populations. 68th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. Available online.
Watson, J., Bilal D., Metzer L., & Bentley A. (2005).  The information highway in the schools: A 10-year review of the research. Tennessee Library Association Annual Conference.
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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., & Bachir I. (2004).  Arabic-speaking children’s interaction with the International Children’s Digital Library (ICDL). 15th Annual Conference of the Arab Federation on Library and Information Science.
Book Chapter
Bilal, D. (2004).  Children and the Web. Encyclopedia of Human-Computer Interaction. 93-97.
Conference Paper
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.
Book Chapter
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., & 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.
Conference Paper
Bilal, D. (2003).  Children’s categorization and the design of taxonomic categories in search engines. LIDA 2003 Libraries in the Digital Age Conference.
Bilal, D. (2003).  Designing digital information technologies for children. 66th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 465-466.

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