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CSI members have organized a panel at the ICA 2021 conference
07. June 2021 | News
The CSI research group organized a panel “The implications of social support and later life for the digital inclusion of older adults” at the Annual international conference of the International Communication Association (ICA) in which participants presented the results of quantitative and qualitative studies investigating the role of social support in digital inclusion of older adults.
Four national seminars were conducted as part of the project D-CARE
31. May 2021 | News
In May, as part of the project D-CARE (Interreg Danube), we organised four national seminars at the Centre for Social Informatics (CSI) FSS UL, to which we invited stakeholders and representatives of the Slovenian project partners. Three events were held as part of the first work package (WP1) - which aims to design and pilot test innovative learning environments, and one event addressed the activities of the second work package (WP2), in which we will design a Smart Care Lab.
Presentation of research results at the CARE conference
21. May 2021 | News
Researchers from the Centre for Social Informatics (CSI) at the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana, participated at the CARE conference: challenges and solutions for a sustainable future in April. The event focused on the issues of sustainable care and provided a space for critical analyses, constructive discussion and further reflection on topics affecting the contexts of care in everyday life.
World Hypertension Day and Telemedicine
17. May 2021 | News
In the context of World Hypertension Day (17th May), we publish the key findings of an intervention and qualitative study among patients with chronic diseases (type 2 diabetes and/or hypertension), contributing to the awareness of the hypertension.
Natalija Rebrica will present the topic of her doctoral dissertation
17. May 2021 | News
Young researcher Natalija Rebrica, who has been a member of the Centre for Social Informatics since October 2019, will present the topic of her doctoral dissertation in the field of social informatics entitled "The Awareness Factors of Smart Technologies for Independent Living at Home among Individuals in an Aging Society".
Bartol, Vehovar and Petrovčič published an article in the journal Informatics
17. May 2021 | Publications
Jošt Bartol, Vasja Vehovar, PhD, and Andraž Petrovčič, PhD, members of the Centre for Social Informatics, published an article in the journal Informatics titled Should We Be Concerned about How Information Privacy Concerns Are Measured in Online Contexts? A Systematic Review of Survey Scale Development Studies. In the article, the authors present the results of a systematic review of survey scales for measuring information privacy concern.
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.