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The existing social learning systems used in higher education are limited, especially in terms of content resources and the interactivity of learning environments. With the rapid development in technologies and web services, the level of communication, interactivity and collaboration is lower than expected for current learning management systems (LMSs). This paper explores four factors (motivation, collaboration, connectivity, interactivity) of our proposed social learning hub (SLH) framework.doi:10.7456/1080sse/168 fatcat:n3tykw3m4fh63mcsc3vubajhjq