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  1. May 2020
    1. Based on the foregoing theoretical underpinnings, we consider that the social cognitive theory is applicable to the BELS learning context. Accordingly, three factors: learners’ cognitive beliefs (self-efficacy and performance expectations), technological environment (system functionality and content feature), and social environment (interaction and learning climate) are identified and elucidated as the primary dimensions of student learning satisfactions with BELS
  2. Mar 2020
    1. "This session explored a "keep it simple" approach to moving teaching online in a time of crisis. This included ideas for how to load it, teach it and assess it whilst keeping in mind the limitations faced by those rapidly moving online but also aiming to maximise student engagement in learning."

    1. Discussion of the benefits of interaction in OER. It mentions the DOER effect paper from Carnegie Mellon.