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Proceedings of the 53rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
Learners nowadays bring social media (SM) user's knowledge to the classrooms with them. Many teachers (researchers, professors, instructors, and people in charge of the learning organizations in general) have to deal with the fact that individuals 1) sometimes adopt a mute behavior in classroom and 2) duplicate their offline social networks in SM spaces. Engagement in course-related SM groups leads to engagement into the course subject, that improves self-efficacy of the learners. This paperdoi:10.24251/hicss.2020.328 fatcat:o5jh5573tbf4fpe6virth4la4m