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10 years of the Centre for Social Informatics
22. March 2021 | News
On March 1, 2021, the Centre for Social Informatics celebrated its 10th anniversary of establishment. At its inception, it had 16 members; today, with 25 members, it is one of the largest centres at University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Sciences.
The project CYBERSAFEMOOC continues the projects ODKLIKNI! and CYBERSAFE
09. March 2021 | News
The Project CYBERSAFEMOOC is financed by ERASMUS + Programme and continues the projects ODKLIKNI! and CYBERSAFE. It will address the topic of online violence against girls which is a pressing problem that many school professionals are not equipped enough to address or tackle.
The book "Web Survey Methodology" is now open access at Sage
09. March 2021 | Publications
In 2015, the book "Web Survey Methodology" was published by Sage. The authors are Mario Callegaro, PhD, from Google and Katja Lozar Manfreda, PhD, and Vasja Vehovar, PhD, from UL, Faculty of Social Sciences, Centre for Social Informatics. It is the leading monograph in the field of web survey methodology and is now available for free in PDF and EPUB3 formats.
Barbara Brečko, PhD published two articles in special issue of Teorija in praksa
22. February 2021 | Publications
Barbara Brečko, PhD, member of the Centre for Social Informatics, published two articles in the special issue of Teorija in praksa. The first article was published together with Tanja Oblak Črnič, PhD and the second article was wrote together with MSc. Maša Kolenbrand and Tanja Oblak Črnič, PhD.
NET4Age-Friendly is at full speed
12. February 2021 | News
The COST Action International Interdisciplinary Network on Smart Healthy Age-friendly Environments (Net4Age-Friendly) started in end October 2020. The Action has formal representatives from 41 countries. The Action already gathers a network of 260 researchers from 50 countries around the world, two also from the Centre for Social Informatics, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana (Dr. Vesna Dolničar, Dr. Simona Hvalič Touzery).
New scientific article published in The Information Society
20. January 2021 | Publications
The researchers from the Center for Social Informatics published the article "Measuring internet skills in a general population: A large-scale validation of the short Internet Skills Scale in Slovenia". It presents the validation of the survey scale "Internet Skills Scale" using data from Slovenia. They confirmed that the scale has adequate internal, discriminant and criterion validity.