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In 2006, a team of librarians at MIT conducted a photo diary study of thirty-two students' academic information-seeking behaviors. The aim of this qualitative research approach, based on analyzing a week of student-generated photos and diary entries, was to understand how to design MIT's library systems and services to more effectively support students' information-seeking practices. The project generated data on 275 distinct information-seeking tasks used by the students. Examination of theirdoi:10.5860/crl.69.6.510 fatcat:2pbym5icbrh7ldjjnq3fqtszrq