Natasa Hoic-Bozic

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Mobility offers new possibilities for interaction and communication in education. Pervasive nature of mobile devices makes learning on the move and across time a reality. Their characteristics fit into the blended use of technology in education since they posses socializing powers, re-conceptualize learning by making it more informal, ambient, collaborative(More)
The paper describes a module for online assessment in AHyCo (Adaptive Hypermedia Courseware) learning management system (LMS), developed at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing (FER), University of Zagreb. A data model for knowledge assessment has been described, which includes defining questions and assessments. Along with standard, multiple(More)
  • 2008
This paper considers automatic online tests that represent the most frequently used knowledge evaluation method in e learning, especially with large groups of students for which teachers spend much time correcting homework and tests. Since it is of the great importance that students of computing and informatics get some practical knowledge in programming,(More)
The development of Web 2.0 and social software applications was not initially aimed for education, but its influence in this field, especially in e-learning, is recently recognized as positive. New approach to e-learning inspired by these technologies is called e-learning 2.0. It emphasizes social learning using different tools available on the web rather(More)
Blended learning models that combine face-to-face and online learning are of great importance in modern higher education. However, their development should be in line with the recent changes in e-learning that emphasize a studentcentered approach and use tools available on the Web to support the learning process. This paper presents research on implementing(More)