Silva Kostić – Academy of Technical and Art Applied Studies Belgrade, Department School of Information and Communication
Technologies, Zdravka Čelara 16, Belgrade, 11000, Serbia
Nada Ratković Kovačević – Academy of Applied Technical Studies Belgrade, Department of Computer-Mechanical Engineering, Blv.
Zorana Djindjića 152 a, Belgrade, 11070, Serbia
Marija Zajeganović – Academy of Technical and Art Applied Studies Belgrade, Department School of Information and Communication Technologies, Zdravka Čelara 16, Belgrade, 11000, Serbia
Đorđe Dihovični – Academy of Applied Technical Studies Belgrade, Department of Computer-Mechanical Engineering, Blv. Zorana Djindjića 152 a, Belgrade, 11070, Serbia
Ivana Krulj – Academy of Applied Technical and Preschool Studies, Department Vranje, Filipa Filipovica 20, Vranje, 17500, Serbia
Dragan Kreculj – Academy of Applied Technical Studies Belgrade, Department of Computer-Mechanical Engineering, Blv. Zorana Djindjića 152 a, Belgrade, 11070, Serbia
Virtual Meeting Platforms
Abstract: In the 21st century almost every higher education course includes some type of digital learning. Many universities provide blended, online or e-learning courses. Many LMS platforms are used for online learning and testing students in various fields. Several virtual meeting platforms are used for online learning and communication. The use of these platforms at universities skyrocketed during the Covid-19 pandemic. This paper focuses on teachers’ experience and satisfaction with different tools for online learning in comparison with traditional, face-to-face teaching methods. The authors surveyed three academies of applied studies in Serbia. According to the survey, most teachers used online learning platforms as well as virtual meetings during the Covid-19 pandemic and they were satisfied. The results of the survey imply that the majority of teachers find blended learning to be the optimal method of teaching in the future.
6th International Scientific Conference on Recent Advances in Information Technology, Tourism, Economics, Management and Agriculture – ITEMA 2022 – Selected Papers, Hybrid (University of Maribor, Slovenia), October 27, 2022
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ITEMA conference partners: Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Maribor, Slovenia; Faculty of Organization and Informatics, University of Zagreb, Varaždin; Faculty of Geography, University of Belgrade, Serbia; Institute of Marketing, Poznan University of Economics and Business, Poland; Faculty of Agriculture, Banat’s University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine ”King Michael I of Romania”, Romania
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