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EXTENDED ABSTRACT Researchers have been studying and developing teaching materials for information retrieval (IR), such as  . Toolkits also have been built that provide hands-on experience to students. For example, is an effort to close the gap between the students' understanding of IR concepts and real-life indexing and search systems. Such tools might be good for helping students in non-technical areas such as in the Library and Information Science field to develop their conceptual modeldoi:10.1145/1390334.1390563 dblp:conf/sigir/MurthyTFVYG08 fatcat:ni7gnfpuqreari2hktqculagdy