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First graduate of the new Social Informatics master's programme
30. June 2022 | News
On 23 June 2022, Andreja Praček successfully defended her master's thesis »Student Evaluation Surveys in a Global Context: Methodological Aspects of Conducting and Interpreting the Results«, becoming the first graduate of the new 2-year master's programme in Social Informatics, which was launched at the Faculty of Social Sciences in the academic year 2021/22.
Presentation of the research results in the EMCB conference
29. June 2022 | News
Natalija Rebrica, a young researcher from the Centre for Social Informatics, participated in the 11th Emerging Markets Conference Board - EMCB conference titled "Marketing in Emerging Markets in the New Normal" held at the Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana on May 30-31, 2022.
D-CARE co-creation workshop
17. June 2022 | News
On May 24, a co-creation workshop of the project D-CARE (Interreg Danube) was held. The workshop, which took place in Postojna, was organised by the project partner RDA Green Karst. It was organized as part of the activities of the “Smart Care Pilots" work package, which aims to create Smart Care Labs in the partner regions. The aim of the workshop was to develop a model for an ICT-based solution selected in the innovation call of the project.
Final ITHACA stakeholders meeting
17. June 2022 | News
On Tuesday, June 14, the final meeting of the Slovenian stakeholders of the Interreg Europe ITHACA project took place. The meeting, which lasted for an hour and a half, was held via ZOOM. The aim of the meeting, to which selected key stakeholders were invited, was to present Slovenian best practices in the field of e-health and e-care, focusing on the development of services during COVID-19 pandemic.
Presentation of a research paper at the ICA22 conference
07. June 2022 | News
Members of the Centre for Social Informatics (Jošt Bartol, Dr. Katja Prevodnik, Dr. Vasja Vehovar, and Dr. Andraž Petrovčič) participated in the conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), which took place from 25 to 29 May 2022. They presented an original contribution titled “The effects of internet privacy perceptions on internet uses in later life” at the meeting of the Comparative Privacy Research Network (CPRN).
Free online course on cyber violence against girls for all working with young people
20. May 2022 | News
University of Tartu (Estonia) is offering free online course on cyber violence against girls. The goal of the course is to help understand the phenomenon of online violence and to increase the capacity to recognize, prevent and respond to online violence against young people (13-16 years old). The course is conducted entirely in English. Register before May 26.
Presentation of research findings at the 7th Congress of Preventive Medicine
16. May 2022 | News
Researchers from the Centre for Social Informatics (CSI) at the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana, presented two papers at the 7th Congress of Preventive Medicine: Public Health - Achievements, New Insights and Challenges for the Future, which took place from 12 to 14 May in Maribor, Slovenia.
Kick-Off Meeting of the StR-ESFRI3 Project in Ljubljana
12. May 2022 | News
On 9 and 10 May 2022, the StR-ESFRI3 project kicked off with a hybrid meeting that took place both online and in person in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Project partners (ATHENA Research and Innovation Centre from Greece, the Czech Academy of Sciences from Czech Republic, Università degli Studi di Milano from Italy, and Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Ljubljana from Slovenia) discussed the activities and good practices from the finished StR-ESFRI2 project.
Presentation of the results of CSI intervention studies on e-services for healthy and active ageing on two events
10. May 2022 | News
Two members of the Centre for Social Informatics (CSI), assist. prof. Simona Hvalič Touzery, PhD, and assoc. prof. Vesna Dolničar, PhD, were invited to the 2nd regular meeting of the working group within National Institute of Public Health focusing on ageing issues on 5 May. At the meeting, they presented a paper titled 'Effects of the use and determinants of acceptance of e-care and e-health services: presentation of findings from intervention studies'.