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    The inability of a user to effectively use an digital library (lack
    of usability) and a user’s decision to
    discontinue use of an digital library (lack of continuance intention) may
    result in a poor return on investment (ROI) and lost productivity,
    providing a foundation for new information systems (Limayem, Hirt, & Cheung, 2003; Te’eni et al., 2007).
    According to Limayem et al., IS research in the past concentrated on the
    adoption phase of the systems; however, the adoption phase is only the first
    phase toward IS success. If an information system does not meet the user’s
    needs, it is abandoned (discontinued), even though
    initial adoption was successful. Researchers, therefore, realized that they
    needed to understand continuance intention. Discontinued use or lack of users’
    continuance intention of an information system indicates that usability is
    lacking. Khalifa (2004) stated that satisfaction, which is a strong indicator
    of IS usability, has been, and continues to be, an interest to both
    scholars and practitioners. Measurement of satisfaction has a long history
    within the IS discipline (Chin & Lee, 2000).