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The study of children's information retrieval is still for the greater part untouched territory. Meanwhile, children can become lost in the digital information world, because they are confronted with search interfaces, both designed by and for adults. Most current research on children's information retrieval focuses on examining children's search performance on existing search interfaces to determine what kind of interfaces are suitable for children's search behaviour. However, to discover thedoi:10.14236/ewic/fdia2008.8 fatcat:lew7odjw6nbmxiqfx24coyxryy