The main goal is to present and validate a socio-technical model of trust. This model aims to depict the implications of trust on moderating learners online interactions.
This work main motivation is focused on design ways to promote a stronger acceptance sense of community
among learners, by giving emphasis to a more active learning through collaboration and social construction
This model aims to eventually provide the means to detect potential trust violations within an online relationship,
helping educators to move towards practices of reconciliation. This socio-technical trust model takes
into account individuals trust predispositions and other five trust attributes and establishes their role on building
relationships, and in developing underlying attitudes, behaviours and beliefs of an learning community.