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Using a Web search engine is one of today's most frequent activities. Exploratory search activities which are carried out in order to gain knowledge are conceptualized and denoted as Search as Learning (SAL). In this paper, we introduce a novel framework model which incorporates the perspective of both psychology and computer science to describe the search as learning process by reviewing recent literature. The main entities of the model are the learner who is surrounded by a specific learningdoi:10.3389/fpsyg.2022.827748 pmid:35369228 pmcid:PMC8964633 fatcat:i5korimbqfaidhsnuz3p5xhzcm