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The paper describes our novel perspective on 'searching to learn' through collaborative information seeking (CIS). We describe this perspective, which motivated empirical work to 'orchestrate' a CIS searching to learn session. The work is described through the lens of orchestration, an approach which brings to the fore the ways in which: background context -including practical classroom constraints, and theoretical perspective; actors -including the educators, researchers, and technologies; anddoi:10.1007/s10791-017-9304-z fatcat:xx2xbxsh4bhrzljxbxkebtiwfq