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Many user-centred studies of digital libraries include a think-aloud elementwhere users are asked to verbalise their thoughts, interface actions and sometimes their feelings whilst using digital libraries to help them complete one or more information tasks. These studies are usually conducted with the purpose of identifying usability issues related to the system(s) used or understanding aspects of users" information behaviour. However, few of these studies present detailed accounts of how theirdoi:10.1145/1816123.1816177 dblp:conf/jcdl/MakriBC10 fatcat:l3a5cllhwbdwhllgzqh7xz4qmu