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Open Badges in Education workshop (OBIE 2014, Tallinn, Estonia, Aug 17, 2014)

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On Aug 17, 2014, Jelena Jovanovic, Vladan Devedzic, Dragan Gasevic and Weiqin Chen have organized the 1st International Workshop on Open Badges in Education (OBIE2014), in conjunction with the 13th International Conference on Web-based Learning (ICWL2014), Tallinn, Estonia, 14-17 August 2014. Visit the workshop Website for for details on the topics discussed, the participants, the presentation slides and the video recordings taken during the workshop.

Workshop on Digital Badges in Education on JTEL2014 Summer School

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The workshop entitled 'Digital Badges in Education' was given at the Tenth Joint European Summer School on Technology Enhanced Learning 2014 (JTEL2014) that has been organised from 27.04. - 02.05. in Mellieha, Malta. The workshop introduced the notion of digital badges to PhD students doing their research in the area of TEL. Also, several use cases and active projects related to digital badges were presented. Goal of the workshop was to spark young TEL researchers with new ideas how to enhance current learning methodologies and methods with digital badges and apply them to different contexts.

The slides from the workshop can be found on Slideshare

The workshop was given by Nikola Milikic, active participant in the GRASS project

Serbia welcomed into ADL Partnership Lab network

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ADL Initiative (http://www.adlnet.gov) declared that it is great pleasure to see Center for Simulations and Distance Learning (http://adl.elearning.mod.gov.rs) at the Ministry of Defense, Republic of Serbia, as a new partner in the ADL Partnership Lab network. Goran Šimić, the Head of the center, will serve as the Executive Director of the Serbia ADL Partnership Lab. ADL looks forward to working closely with the new lab to integrate it into the ADL Partnership Lab network’s global efforts.

world ADL network

ADL Global Network includes 7 organizations in America, 5 in Europe (G.Britan, Norway, Poland, Romania and Serbia) and 1 in Asia (South Corea) 

Kick-of meeting of GRASS project

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GOOD OLD AI Research Network hosted in Belgrade a kick-off meeting of the recently started project Grading Soft Skills - GRASS. It is a 3-year research project supported by the Lifelong Learning Programme (LLP) of the EU and focuses on continuous development, measurement, assessment, grading and recognition of learners' soft skills, spanning different ages and educational levels, based on the idea of digital badges

Partners in the project are: University of Belgrade, Serbia; KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden; University of Limerick, Ireland; University of Zagreb, Croatia; First Grammar School of Kragujevac, Serbia; Väsby New Gymnasium, Sweden; Coláiste Chiaráin, Ireland; Landsurveying school, Croatia.

Sonja is a PhD now

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We are glad to announce that our member Sonja Radenkovic has successfully defended her PhD thesis, "Software engineering of intelligent educational systems", on March 17, 2014, at FON - School of Business Administration, University of Belgrade, Serbia. Congratulations, Sonja!

A GOOD OLD AI group member elected as a NetBeans Governance Board member

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NetBeans team announced new community-elected members of the 21st Governance Board: Tim Boudreau and Zoran Sevarac.
The Oracle-appointed third member of the Board will be Ashwin Rao, NetBeans Senior Product Management Group Manager.
Zoran is GOOD OLD AI member interested in software engineering, and he is actively involved in NetBeans community. This is his second term in the NetBeans Governance Board, and as he said:
'He belives in future of the NetBeans Platform and IDE as the cutting edge software development tool/platform. As a member of the board he would be devoted to promoting NetBeans among the academic community, and getting them actively involved in NetBeans development.'
 

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