AGENDA

AGENDA

September 24, 2020

9:45-10:00       Registration participants through tool “Google Meet”

10:00-10:15     Conference Opening

Keynote papers

10:15-11:00     “The promises and pitfalls of personalized eLearning, Dr Elizabeth FitzGerald, Institute of Educational Technology, The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK

11:00-11:15 Round table Personalized online classes

  • Dr Elizabeth FitzGerald, Institute of Educational Technology, The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK
  • Dr Dragan Domazet, Belgrade Metropolitan University, Serbia
  • Dr Nemanja Zdravković, Belgrade Metropolitan University, Serbia
  • MSc Nebojša Gavrilović, Belgrade Metropolitan University, Serbia

11:15-12:00     Panel discussion

12:00-12:20     Short break

Session I

12:20-12:40         Dynamic CLIPS-based expert system to support personalized learning process, Nebojša Gavrilović, Dragan Domazet, Faculty of Information Technologies, Belgrade Metropolitan University, SERBIA

12:40-13:00         Intelligent Recommender System for Personalized Online Learning (IREP)”, Jovana Jović, Miroslava Raspopović Milić, Svetlana Cvetanović, Dragan Domazet, Rale Nikolić, Faculty of Information Technologies, Belgrade Metropolitan University, SERBIA

13:00-13:20         “Towards Secure Online Studies: Applying Blockchain to e-Learning, Marina Damnjanović, Veljko Grković, Nemanja Zdravković, Faculty of Information Technologies, Belgrade Metropolitan University, SERBIA

13:20-13:40         Student model in inteligent tutoring systems – a systematic review, Jovana Jović, Dragan Domazet, Miroslava Raspopović Milić, Faculty of Information Technologies, Belgrade Metropolitan University, SERBIA; Kavitha Chandra, University of Massachusetts Lowell, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, One University Avenue, Lowell, USA

13:40-14:00         “Secure Credentialing in e-Learning using Blockchain“, Nemanja Zdravković, Jovana Jović, Marina Damnjanović, Faculty of Information Technologies, Belgrade Metropolitan University, SERBIA

14:00-14:40 Lunchbreak

Session II

14:40-15:00         “Virtual Learning Environment”, Miloš Milašinović, Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences; Miloš Jovanović, OpenLink Holding Ltd., London, UK; Igor Franc, Belgrade, Metropolitan University, Faculty of Information Technologies; Jelisaveta Aleksić, Belgrade, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering of Applied Sciences; Nikola Aleksić, Belgrade, Faculty of Organizational Sciences; SERBIA

15:00-15:20         The Implementation of The Dick and Carey Instructional Design Model into The e-learning Process, Violeta Kitanovska, PhD of Pedagogy, Bitola, RN MACEDONIA         

15:20-15:40         “Securing online assessments using Christoffel Symbols, Nenad Vesić, Mathematical Institute of Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts; Nemanja Zdravković, Dušan Simjanović, Faculty of Information Technologies, Belgrade Metropolitan University, SERBIA

15:40-16:00         “How To Leverage Corporate Elearning Platform, For Making Tool Used In Creating Candidates’ Profile, Which Turns Business Opportunities Into Prospective Clients, Monika Zahar, Srđan Atanasijević, Melanija Vasilijević, Comtrade Digital Services, Dublin, IRELAND

September 25, 2020

9:45-10:00  Registration participants through tool “Google Meet”

Session I

10:00-10:20         Digital Tools and Platforms for Online Teaching Mathematics in Primary School, Ane Vrcelj, Primary school “Kantrida”, Rijeka;  Nataše Hoić-Božić i Martine Holenko Dlab, University of Rijeka, Department of Informatics, Rijeka, CROATIA

10:20-10:40         Taking Twitter to the Classroom as a Micro Learning Tool within a Blended Learning Environment, Nauman Ahmad, IT Lecturer, Mathematics and IT Department, Centre for Preparatory Studies, Sultan Qaboos University, Sultanate of Oman, OMAN

10:40-11:00         Aftermath of Twitter as Tool of Learning on Co-Education, Nauman Ahmad, IT Lecturer, Mathematics and IT Department, Centre for Preparatory Studies, Sultan Qaboos University, Sultanate of Oman, OMAN

11:00-11:20         “E-assessment feedback: Students’ opinions on what to include“, Đorđe Kadijević, Institute for Educational Research, Belgrade; Danijela Ljubojević, Faculty of Information Technologies, Belgrade Metropolitan University, Belgrade, SERBIA

11:20-11:40 Short break

Session II

11:40-12:00         “LAMBDA Learning and Consulting Platform, Valentina Janev, Institute Mihajlo Pupin, Serbia;  Emanuel Sallinger, University of Oxford, Department of Computer Science, United Kingdom; Damien Graux, Fraunhofer IAIS, Enterprise Information System, Germany;

12:00-12:20         “Teaching Physics using Google Classroom and digital simulation“, Ivana Krulj,The Academy of Applied Technical and Preschool Studies; Dragan Kreculj, Nada Ratković Kovačević,The Academy of Applied Technical Studies Belgrade, Department of Computer-mechanical Engineering; Valentina Terzić, Obren Vujić, Technical School Valjevo; The Academy of Applied Technical Studies Belgrade, Department of Computer-mechanical Engineering, Higher Education Unit Valjevo, SERBIA

12:20-12:40         New Key Legal Terms for E-Learning Platforms“, Danijela Ljubojević, Metropolitan University, Faculty of Information Technologies; Nikola Kliska, Attorney-at-Law in cooperation with Karanovic & Partners, Belgrade, SERBIA

12:40-13:00         “A Change of Mind“, Hans Hartmann, OBJENTIS Software Integration GmbH, AUSTRIA

13:00-13:10 Conference Closing