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21 st Century global job market competition requires Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) university curricula to support both state-of-the-art technical and soft skills learning to improve graduate employment. This necessitates the transformation of the current teaching and learning methodology powered by a social and collaborative platform to provide a social co-learning environment. This social co-learning will provide students with opportunities for self-enrichment whiledoi:10.1002/cae.21886 fatcat:sfqcubzukzchpe4xmpdqj26yau