Prof. Miroslav Bjekić
Full Professor, University of Kragujevac, Faculty of Technical Sciences Čačak
ON-LINE RESOURCES AS SUPPORT FOR TEACHING TECHNICAL COURSES IN SECONDARY VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS AND FACULTIES
Miroslav Bjekić is a Full Professor at the Faculty of Technical Sciences Čačak, University of
Kragujevac where he teaches Power Engineering courses. His field of research includes electric micro-machines, simulation and modelling of electromechanical processes. He is the co-author of two university textbooks, author of two handbooks for electric machines laboratory exercises, three computer handbooks, and a didactic handbook for engineering teachers. He has published over 120 scientific and professional papers in international journals and participated in numerous national and international conferences. He has created six original educational computer software programs. In the Geogebra software package, he is the author of 29 simulation programs (applets) in the field of electrical machines and drives.
Miroslav Bjekić graduated from the Technical Faculty Čačak (1991), he received his magistrate degree from the University of Belgrade, Department of Electrical Engineering (1996), and his PhD degree from the Technical Faculty Čačak (2006).
Associate Professor, University of Kragujevac, Faculty of Science & Faculty of Philology and
Arts, Chair of the Department of Psychology
PROBLEMATIC INTERNET USE: OLD PROBLEMS WITH A NEW TWIST
Darko Hinić is an Associate Professor at the University of Kragujevac, teaching General Psychology, Social Psychology, and Psychology of Communication. His area of interest is the Psychology of Internet behaviour, Media use, and Environmental Psychology. He has more than 20 years of professional experience in the education sector. He has been a national representative on the COST project “European Network for Problematic Usage of the Internet”, and an active participant in the Erasmus+ project “Enhancing digital and psychological resilience through peer networking in the online environment in times of crises”. He is a member of the Serbian Psychologist Association and the Association of University Teachers of Educational Psychology in Serbia. He published Internet communication and problematic Internet use monograph, and over 40 scientific and professional papers in international and national journals.