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. Petrovic, N.; Jeremic, V.; Cirovic, M.; Radojicic, Z. and Milenkovic, N. (2014). Facebook versus Moodle in practice. In The American Journal of Distance Education, 28,(pp. 117-125). 31. Razali, S.N.; Shahbodin, F.; Bakar, N; Hussin, H.; Ahmad, M.H.; Sulajman, N. (2013). Incorporating learning management system with social network sites to support online collaborative learning: Preliminary analysis. In Advances in Visual Informatics, 8237, (pp. 549-557). 32. Rožac, J.; Buendía, F.; Ballester, J.; Kos, A.; Pogačnik, M. (2012). Integration of learning management systems

). 14. Garcia, E., Romero, C., Ventura, S., Calders, T., Drawbacks and solutions of applying association rule mining in learning management systems, Proceedings of the International Workshop on Applying Data Mining in e-Learning (ADML’07), pp. 13-22, Crete, Greece, (2007). 15. Predictive Model Markup Language (PMML) v.4.2.1 Specification, DMG, , (2014) 16. Apache Jena, , (2015) 17. Brickley, D., Guha, R.V., RDF Schema 1.1, W3C Recommendation February 2014 , , (2014). 18


Online learning is one of the fastest growing trends in Technology- Enhanced Learning (TEL). Technology in combination with an instruction that addresses the cognitive and social processes of knowledge construction could offer more diverse and effective online learning opportunities than their face-to-face counterparts. In this review we attempt to summarize different forms and practices in K-12 online and blended learning as they appear in various regional, national and cultural contexts. The article starts with introducing some basic concepts and terminology, sums up the state of K-12 online learning around the world and ends with summarizing some trends and challenges observed in current K-12 online learning practices.


This research addresses some personalization aspects of education in electrical engineering. Its goal is to help students and educators evaluate the complexity of the disciplines they have chosen for studying and optimize the order of the learned courses and topics. A new instrument, namely, an educational thesaurus, is presented and its assembling procedure is shown. The offered educational thesauri implemented in the labs and integrated in the exercises have become smart platforms suitable for design and management of the students’ individual knowledge domains. The ontology-based Web manuals in Electronics and Power Electronics for the Bachelor study cycle have been introduced. An example of ontology graph to be applied within the Master study cycle has been developed and explained in the paper. According to the authors’ investigation, the decrease of stress caused by the new educational environment and achievement of success in learning were observed thanks to the individual knowledge domain organization proposed in this study.

. Fullan, M. (1993). Change forces: probing the depth of educational reform. London: Falmer Press. Gabriel, M. A. (2004). Learning together: exploring group interactions online. Journal of Distance Education, 19(1). Gagnon, G. W., & Collay, M. (2006). Constructivist learning design: key questions for teaching to standards. California Corwin Press - a SAGE publication company. Grace, A., & Butler, T. (2005). Learning management systems: a new beginning in the management of learning and knowledge. International Journal of Knowledge and Learning, 1(1-2), 12-24. Graham, C

References 1. Abazi-Bexheti, L., Dika, Z., Alili, H. (2009), “Analysis Report of Survey Results About The Usage Of A Learning Management System”, International Conference on e-Education and eLearning, Vol. 54, World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, Paris, pp. 225-229. 2. Abazi-Bexheti, L., Dika, Z., Besimi, A. (2008), “In house Development of Learning Managment Systems Using Modular Approach”, Proceedings of Ed-Media World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, Association for the Advancement of Computing in

Collaboration, Lack of Facilitation and the Use of ICT in Teaching Practice. Frontiers in Psychology , 9 . doi: 10.3389/Fpsyg.2018.00935 Herbert, C., Velan, G. M., Pryor, W. M., & Kumar, R. K. (2017). A model for the use of blended learning in large group teaching sessions. Bmc Medical Education , 17 . doi: 10.1186/S12909-017-1057-2 Horvat, A., Dobrota, M., Krsmanovic, M., & Cudanov, M. (2015). Student perception of Moodle learning management system: a satisfaction and significance analysis. Interactive Learning Environments , 23 (4), 515–527. doi: 10


This paper presents the development, usage, implementation and testing of software tools in order to enhance and promote assessment and self assessment among the teaching staff in a university. We also present a new plagiarism detection tool and algorithms that will be later integrated in the University's Learning Management System, Libri, which could be optimized to detect and report plagiarism for papers written in Albanian and Macedonian languages.


Open badges are a digital representation of skills or accomplishments recorded in a visual symbol that is embedded with verifiable data and evidence. They are created following a defined open standard, so that they can be shared online. Open badges have gained popularity around the world in recent years and have become a standard feature of many learning management systems. This paper presents a systematic literature review of the published open badges literature from 2011 to 2015. Through database searches, searching the internet and chaining from known sources, 135 relevant peer-reviewed papers were identified from a corpus of 247 publications for this review. The authors believe this to be the first effort to systematically review literature relating to open badges. The review categorised publications while also providing quantitative analysis of publications according to publication type, year of publication and contributors. After assessing the literature suggestions for future research directions are presented, based on underrepresented areas.

trend, Land Forces Academy Scientific Bulletin, vol. 22 issue 1, 2017; [7] Oxman, S., Wong, W., White paper: Adaptive learning systems. Integrated Education Solutions, 2014; [8] Liyanage, M. P. P., Gunawardena, K. L., Hirakawa, M., Using Learning Styles to Enhance Learning Management Systems.International Journal on Advances in ICT for Emerging Regions ICTer, 7(2), 2014 [9] Burgos, D., Specht, M., Adaptive e-learning methods and IMS learning design: an integrated approach. In Advanced Learning Technologies, 2006. Sixth International Conference on IEEE, 2006, p. 1192