Over 120 speakers from Serbia, the region and the UK shared their experience and ideas with the audience at the 'New Technologies in Education 2016' conference. Find out who were the speakers and what were the topics they covered in their presentations.

Have a look at the list of the speakers that spoke at the event last year. You can also watch some of the lectures (available in Serbian only) and download the presentations.

Conference speakers list includes:

Vladan Devedžić

Open Badges in lifelong learning


Open Badges are a relatively new pedagogic and technological approach to the assessment of knowledge, skills, success and accomplishments of students in different areas. This presentation focuses on the use of this approach to lifelong learning – from primary, secondary and higher education to the development of professional skills and informal learning – and showcases experiences here and in the world. 

Technologies for alternative knowledge testing


Vladan is a software engineering professor at the Faculty of Organisational Sciences at the University in Belgrade. His current professional and research interests include software engineering, programming classes, intelligent software systems and technology supported learning. 

Vladimir Stanković

Online headmaster


This lecture will explain how to make changes and motivate teachers to communicate internally and externally, and how to delegate responsibility. It will show the example of a village school in Serbia that introduced new technologies and achieved excellent results.

Vladimir has been working as an educator for 22 years, 11 of which on managing positions. He has successfully implemented many projects and is a co-author of two seminars. He has a Master's degree in Human Resource Management. Lecturer at numerous national and international conferences in the field of internet, communications and security. Associate at Bor internet organization and Educational creative centre of Bor.

Vlado Delić

Audio libraries for students


In addition to practical contributions to equal education for persons with disabilities, the audiobooks of professional literature have a great importance for all students. While they walk, travell or rest their eyes, they can listen lectures, chapters from books, magazine articles, and audiobooks today can be made by automatic text-to-speech conversion in the Serbian language.

Vlado Delić is a professor at the Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, where he teaches the subject Audio signal processing. He is the head of the Group for acoustics and speech technology and co-author of over 250 publications that resulted in ten technical solutions with applications of speech technologies for Serbian language in man-machine communication, including applications in education.