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Technology-mediated sociocultural practice requires the dynamic interplay of learner-users' roles, learning contexts and technology tools. The behavioral intentions of users interact with the perceived features of these tools in enabling up-to-date personal experiences of leisure learning and social networking available online. The aim of this article is to explore the current perceptions among Malaysian university students about their daily learning strategies of English as a Second Languagedoi:10.32861/jssr.58.1210.1216 fatcat:dvietsrzbvddzl4hvl6bixgmzq