AGENDA

September 26, 2019

9:30-10:00     Registration
10:00-10:15     Conference Opening

Keynote papers

10:15-11:00     “Assistance for mobile language learners”, Agnes Kukulska-Hulme, Institute of Educational Technology, the Open University, United Kingdom
11:00-11:30     Round table   Legal aspects of eLearning

  • Danijela Ljubojević, Belgrade Metropolitan University, Serbia
  • Nikola Kliska, Attorney-at-Law in cooperation with Karanovic & Partners
  • Dora Najrajter, Šolski center Slovenj Gradec, Višja strokovna šola, Slovenj Gradec, Slovenia

11:30-12:00     Panel discussion
12:00-12:30     Coffee break

Session I

12:30-12:45     LMS Content Development in ESP: Legal Issues, Danijela Ljubojević, Belgrade Metropolitan University, Faculty of Information Technologies; Nikola Kliska, Attorney-at-Law in cooperation with Karanovic & Partners, Belgrade, Serbia
12:45-13:00     Support for Knowledge Assessment in STEM Education Using ELARS Recommender System”, Martina Holenko Dlab, Gordan Đurović, Nataša Hoić-Božić Department of Informatics, University of Rijeka, Croatia; Ivica Botički, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, Rijeka, Croatia
13:00-13:15     “An Online Platform for Supporting Logistics Teachers, Sandra Eitler, Reinhold Schodl, University of Applied Sciences BFI Vienna, Austria
13:15-13:30     Development of Computational Thinking Skills in Primary School Through Digital Storytelling with Scratch”, Nataša Hoić-Božić, Martina Holenko Dlab, Sara Ursić Budim, Department of Informatics, University of Rijeka; Jasminka Mezak, Faculty of Teacher Education, University of Rijeka, Croatia
13:30-14:25     Buffet lunch

Session II

14:30-14:45     “Implementation of Machine Learning Based Methods in e-Learning Systems”, Jovana Jović, Miroslava Raspopović Milić, Svetlana Cvetanović, 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
14:45-15:00     Collaborative Learning with Real-time Learning Interventions, Nebojša Gavrilović, Dragan Domazet, Jovana Jović, Faculty of Information Technologies, Belgrade Metropolitan University, Serbia
15:00-15:15     “Intelligent Tutoring Systems: A Systematic Review, Jovana Jović, Nebojša Gavrilović, Dragan Domazet, Faculty of Information Technologies, Belgrade Metropolitan University, Serbia
15:15-15:30     Efficiency of Development of E-Learning Materials Based on Learning Objects, Dragan Domazet, Nebojša Gavrilović, Jovana Jović, Faculty of Information Technologies, Belgrade Metropolitan University, Serbia
15:30-15:45     “Comparison of Machine Learning Algorithms for Students Performance Prediction Based on LMS Data”, Dijana Oreški, Božidar Kliček, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Organization and Informatics, Croatia
19:00   Social dinner at Džumbus Restaurant

September 27, 2019

Session I

10:00-10:15     Distance learning – Thoughts on optimal teacher training and the future school, Eitan Simon, Head of Ohalo Academic College, Israel
10:15-10:30     Flipped learning, Dora Najrajter, Šolski center Slovenj Gradec, Višja strokovna šola, Slovenj Gradec, Slovenia
10:30-10:45     Analysis and Improvements of Existing E-Learning Systems for C Programming Language, Nikola Dimitrijević, Faculty of Information Technologies, Belgrade Metropolitan University, Serbia; Dejan Cvijanović, GSS Media KG, Vienna, Austria; Slobodan Jovanović, Faculty of Information Technologies, Belgrade Metropolitan University, Serbia
10:45-11:00     “Raising the Skills of Business Analysts – The Benefits of eLearning Technologies in Corporate Education” Jelena Stevanović, Srđan Atanasijević, Tatjana Atanasijević, Monika Zahar, Comtrade Group, Comtrade Digital Services, Dublin, Ireland
11:00-11:15     Digital Textbooks for English Language Instruction in the Republic of Serbia, Danijela Ljubojević, Faculty of Information Technologies, Belgrade Metropolitan University, Serbia
11:15-11:45     Coffee break

Session II

11:45-12:00     “E-learning – Artificial Intelligence and one old teacher Hans Hartmann, OBJENTIS Software Integration GmbH, Austria
12:00-12:15     “Teaching and Learning Accounting by ELearning Tools Jozefina Beke-Trivunac, ALFA BK University, Serbia
12:15-12:30     “Application of E-Learning Technology in Corporate Education – Case Study of Comtrade’s PMO EDUCT Portal“, Srđan Atanasijević, Tatjana Atanasijević, Vera Janković, Monika Zahar, Comtrade Group, Comtrade Digital Services, Dublin, Ireland
12:30-12:45     “First Experiences with Moodle and Coderunner Platforms in Programming Course“, Vladimir Jocović, Jovan Đukić, Marko Mišić , University of Belgrade, School of Electrical Engineering, Serbia
12:45-13:00     “Digital textbooks in the classroom“, Dragan Kreculj, Primary School “Jovan S. Popovic” Belgrade (Min. ESTD); Danijela Ljubojević, Faculty of Information Technologies, Belgrade Metropolitan University; Miloš Vorkapić, ICTM Belgrade, Serbia
13:00-13:55     Buffet lunch

Session III

14:00-14:15     “Testing and Validation of Adaptive E-Learning System Based on Video Game Technology”, Valentina Paunović, Marko Tanić, Radoslav Stojić, Faculty of Information Technologies, Belgrade Metropolitan University, Serbia
14:15-14:30     “Big Data Analytics: Lectures from the LAMBDA Network”, Valentina Janev, Dejan Paunović, University of Belgrade, Institute Mihajlo Pupin, Serbia; Damien Graux, Fraunhofer IAIS, Enterprise Information System, Germany; Hajira Jabeen, University of Bonn, Smart Data Analytics, Germany; Emanuel Sallinger, Sahar Vahdati, University of Oxford, Department of Computer Science, United Kingdom
14:30-14:45     “Web Authoring Tool – Development and Implementation”, Maja Bašić, Slobodan Jovanović, Faculty of Information Technologies, Belgrade Metropolitan University, Serbia
14:45-15:00     “A Cycle of Computational Thinking and its Relevance: An Empirical Study”, Đorđe M. Kadijević, Institute for Educational Research and Mathematical Institute SASA, Belgrade, Serbia
15:00-15:15     “Facebook as a Free and Modern Teaching Tool”, Tatjana Blagojević, Marija Milovanović, Nenad Milić, Elementary School “Branko Radičević”, Serbia
15:15-15:30     “Online Learning: From Instructional Design to Learning Design”, Felix Bwire, Faculty of Engineering, Busitema University; Emily Bagarukayo, College of Computing and Information Sciences, Makerere University; Paul Birevu Muyinda, College of Education and External Studies, Makerere University, Uganda
15:30-16:00     Conference Closing