I would like to thank the developers at Inline, who have helped to provide technical support for the douseful extension. Inline is a professional Eastern European software development team that has been delivering exceptional, cost-effective outsourcing solutions since 2003. Inline has a portfolio of projects with a global clientele, including customers from the European Union, the United States and Canada. Inline offers project-based software development and also helps to set up dedicated teams and offshore departments. Inline delivers services that enable their customers to achieve their goals and maximise business success.

Centre for Behaviour Change, University College London

The Centre for Behaviour Change is a unique initiative, harnessing the breadth and depth of academic expertise in behaviour change at UCL to address key challenges facing society. Behaviour change is increasingly recognised as central to human well-being, social cohesion and sustainability. Changing behaviour is a challenging and complex process, requiring theories, methods and evidence from many academic disciplines.

I would like to thank Robert West for his comments, which have been indispensable during the process of developing a web browser extension capable of supporting online learners. I would also like to thank Caroline Wood and her colleagues at the Centre for Behaviour Change for their assistance in shaping how interventions are delivered through the browser extension.

School of Education, Durham University

I am very grateful for the comments that I have received from the stuff and doctoral students at the School of Education during the development of the douseful extension. I am especially grateful to Jens Beckmann for his support and his help in navigating this project.


I would also like to express my special thanks to Francesca Bratton, Srecko Joksimovic and Vitomir Kovanovic for their comments and feedback.