Self-regulated learning is important for learning in complex computerized learning environments. The global knowledge society demands students gain self-regulated learning skills to turn into successful life-long learners. However, practice and research have shown that many students lack the skills to adequately regulate their learning. Recent interdisciplinary developments in technology enhanced learning approach this problem by developing computerized scaffolding to foster self-regulated learning. This symposium aims to discuss these interdisciplinary developments with the Dutch research community.