“Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.”- Dr. Seuss
Danica Radovanović is a digital media specialist, an Internet researcher, and international consultant in social media. She has practical and research experience related to: Information and Knowledge management, social media, collaborative Web projects and platforms, R&D, Semantic web/metadata, ePublishing, ICT for education, digital divide and 21st century digital literacies. Danica pioneered the development of first listservs in academia in 90′s, conducted the electronic magazine in 2001, created the first institutional science blog in Balkans, SEE.
Danica has multicultural background; she worked for the United Nations as Information management specialist and coordinator on UN/EU project on technology, web, and science. She was lecturer at the School of Web Journalism, supported by Rising Voices, Berkman Center; also worked for the Wikimedia – Wikimania Program committee organization, Library of Congress – Washington DC, Geisel – USCD, San Diego, among several other similar positions.
She is Alumna of UNC-SILS (Fulbright Scholar) at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and PhD Chevening Scholar of University of Oxford, Oxford Internet Institute. Danica is finishing her PhD in Communication studies, and is conducting research (quant. and qual.) on social media use among young adults, digital divide, collaboration and communication practices on the Internet. Also, she is an internet researcher at Belgrade Center for Digital Humanities.
Besides academic work, Danica writes for the Scientific American blog and Global Voices Online, and is the editor in chief of Australian Science. She publishes articles and papers in magazines and journals on topics including information technology, social media, Web 2.0 and education.
She provides consulting and training to both the government and non-government sectors.
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Areas of expertize and interest
Social media and Web, Online communities, Information and Knowledge management, New media, Digital Divides, Collaborative Web projects and innovative platforms, Open Source, Higher Education, Editorials, e-publishing and publishing in print, open access, project management.
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