September 27, 2018

9:00-9:30  Registration

9:30-10:00  Conference Opening

Keynote papers

10:00-10:30     “Assessing What Students Learn Beyond the Institution – Learning Analytics in Personal Learning Environments”, Miguel Ángel Conde González, Department of Mechanical, Computer Science and Aerospace Engineering, School of Engineering, University of León, (UNILEON), Spain

10:30-11:00     “Digital Scholarship and Open Science”, Laura Fedeli, Department of Education Science, Cultural Heritage and Tourism, University of Macerata, Italy

 

Round table   Blended Learning – Approaches and applications

11:00-11:05     “Flip teaching – Blended Learning Issues and Challenges”, Miguel Ángel Conde González, University of León, Spain 

11:05-11:10     Laura Fedeli, University of Macerata, Italy

11:10-11:15     Miroslava Raspopović Milić, Belgrade Metropolitan University, Serbia

11:15-12:00     Panel discussion

12:00-12:25     Coffee break

 

Session I

12:30-12:45     Use of Minds Maps in Adaptive E-Learning Processes, Nebojša Gavrilović, Dragan Domazet, Belgrade Metropolitan University, Faculty of Information Technologies, Serbia

12:45-13:00     “Authoring Tool for Ontology Development for Online Learning”, Jovana Jović, Svetlana Cvetanović, Miroslava Raspopović Milić, Belgrade Metropolitan University, Faculty of Information Technologies, Serbia; Kavitha Chandra, University of Massachusetts Lowell, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, One University Avenue, Lowell, USA

13:00-13:15     “A Cycle of Computataional Thinking, Đorđe Kadijević, Institute for Educational Research and Mathematical Institute SASA, Belgrade, Serbia

13:15-13:30     “Guidelines for Development of the Sccessible E-Learning Platforms, Biljana Sladoje-Bošnjak, Ranka Perućica, University East Sarajevo, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina; Katarina Kaplarski, Stefan Jovanovć, Belgrade Metropolitan University, Faculty of Information Technologies, Serbia

13:30-14:25     Buffet lunch

 

Session II

14:30-14:45     “The Use of Technologies and Tools to Support Learning Design and Delivery, Ana Mirković Moguš, Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek, Faculty of Education, Osijek, Croatia

14:45-15:00     “ICT Enhanced Constructive Teaching for Improved Mathematic Understanding and Delivering Same Level of Skills to all Children in Learning Group, Edis Mekić, Rejhan Nišić, Sabina Mekić, Safet Purković, State University of Novi Pazar, Serbia

15:00-15:15     “Behavioral Aspect of Teaching Linear programming techniques for gamification of English Language Learning, Edis Mekić, Sabina Zejnelagić, Sabina Mekić, State University of Novi Pazar, Serbia

15:15-15:30     “Analysis of the Existing E-Learning Systems for Teaching SQL and a Draft of an E-Learning System for Database Course at Metropolitan University, Nikola Dimitrijević, Belgrade Metropolitan University, Faculty of Information Technologies, Serbia; Dejan Cvijanović, GSS Media KG, Vienna, Austria; Slobodan Jovanović, Belgrade Metropolitan University, Faculty of Information Technologies, Serbia

15:30-15:45     “Analysis and Improvements of Existing E-Learning Systems and a Draft of an E-Learning System for Data Structures Problems”, Nikola Dimitrijević, Belgrade Metropolitan University, Faculty of Information Technologies, Serbia; Dejan Cvijanović, GSS Media KG, Vienna, Austria; Slobodan Jovanović, Belgrade Metropolitan University, Faculty of Information Technologies, Serbia

18:00   Social dinner at Velika Skadarlija Restaurant

 

September 28, 2018

Session I – PT&SCHE Workshop

09:30-09:45     “Part-time Study and E-Learning in Europe: Insights from Erasmus+ PT&SCHE project”, Rachel Shanks, Bruce Scharlau, University of Aberdeen, Scotland

09:45-10:00     “On Some Pedagogical Implications of SC and PT Studies and the Importance of Student Counselling”, Zsuzsanna Gál, Klára Szabó, University of Szeged, Hungary

10:00-10:15     “Evaluation of Pilot Online Short Cycle Program “Programming in Java””, Jovana Jović, Dragan Domazet, Belgrade Metropolitan University, Faculty of Information Technologies, Serbia

10:15-10:30     OUNL presentation regarding their deliverable and about their youlearn LMS system (Stefaan Ternier presenter)

10:30-10:45     “Implementation of Online Pilot Short Cycle Program – Web Application Programmer”, Svetlana Štrbac-Savić, Vera Petrović, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering of Applied Studies, Serbia

10:45-11:00     UNS presentation regarding their part-time studies program (Milena Kresoja presenter)                               

11:00-11:30     Coffee break

 

Session II

11:30-11:45     “The use of evolutionary (metaheuristic) algorithms in the e-learning system“, Nebojša Gavrilović, Tatjana Šibalija, Belgrade Metropolitan University, Faculty of Information Technologies, Serbia

11:45-12:00     “E-Test“, Tatajana Blagojević, Primary school “Branko Radičević”, Serbia

12:00-12:15     “GDPR and Learning Management Systems“, Danijela Ljubojević, Belgrade Metropolitan University, Faculty of Information Technologies, Serbia

12:15-12:30     “Developing Academic Writing Skills in English as L2 by Means of Collaborative E-Learning Tools”, Danijela Ljubojević, Belgrade Metropolitan University, Faculty of Information Technologies, Serbia

12:30-13:25     Buffet lunch

           

Session III

13:30-13:45     “M-learningn – Myth or Reality; Educational Applications, Marko Bursać, Milan Milosavljević, Goran Tričković, High railway school of vocational studies, Belgrade, Serbia

13:45-14:00     “On Adaptive Learnig System Design Using Computer Game Technology, Valentina Paunović, Marko Tanić, Radoslav Stojić, Belgrade Metropolitan University, Faculty of Information Technologies, Serbia

14:00-14:15     “On the Use of Video Game Development Techniques in Adaptive E-Learning Systems”, Valentina Paunović, Marko Tanić, Radoslav Stojić, Belgrade Metropolitan University, Faculty of Information Technologies, Serbia

14:15-14:30     “Towards Enhancing Online Course Design Using Learning Analytics”, Bwire Felix, Busitema University; Paul Birevu Muyinda, Makerere University, Uganda

14:30-15:00     Conference Closing