Abstract only published in proceedings of conference.
Online social networks enabled by social networking software, such as Facebook or Google Plus,
provide opportunities for e-learning and affect the behaviour of learners that participate in them.
Based on social network theory, social learning theory, and theory of planned behaviour, we
propose a model explaining the effects of online social networks on learning success.
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