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2015, iss. 2, pp. 32-48
Technology leaders of computer and Web 2.0 usage in higher education: Case study
Novi Sad Business School

emailz.marosan59@gmail.com
Keywords: Web 2.0; computer usage; technology leaders; higher education; students
Abstract
Development of ICT usage and open concepts brought new learning paradigm of knowledge creation to the higher education. Main role in this new concept in infrastructure aspect is reserved for web 2.0. The authors of this paper present the case study with the experience of students in the higher education institution. In the first part of the study authors analyze the data collected from the students related to Internet access and Internet activities from them. This research was conducted using questionnaires based on indicators defined by Eurostat and data authors found in the students ' projects created by web 2.0 tools. The main part and purpose of this paper is to analyze how students in Serbia are using web 2.0 tools in their research work. Authors found trends in web 2.0 tools usage and the most popular technologies, concluding that web 2.0 tools are speeding the process of projects development.
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article language: English
document type: Original Scientific Paper
DOI: 10.5937/skolbiz2-10464
published in SCIndeks: 30/03/2016
peer review method: double-blind

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