Danica Radovanovic · June, 2012

Dr. Danica Radovanovic is a Digital Inclusion Advisor at the Basic Internet Foundation headquartered in Oslo, Norway. Also, she serves as an advisory board member at ICAF (International Child Art Foundation). One of the internet pioneers, Danica’s previous work include web metadata project for the UN, science blogs (Scientific American), and online editorships (ArtArea, Australian Science), lecturing on web journalism & activism, and digital media consultancy. Follow Danica on her web site, and DanicaR on Twitter.

Danica is also the Advocacy Contributor at Global Voices.

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Latest posts by Danica Radovanovic from June, 2012

SEE: Social Media Use Study

Growth in social media activities has slowed down, indicates the research of Wave6 [sr; en], which surveyed active Internet users in 62 countries: Macedonia and Croatia are more involved in the social media than Serbia, where watching video clips is the most popular activity (91%). For the first time, there...

Serbia: “Internet (R)evolution”

Center for Internet Development in Serbia reports [sr] that Serbs use the Internet mostly for current news (63%) and educational purposes. The research was conducted in April 2012, with a sample of 1,239 respondents: 80% of them considered communication and info-exchange with government institutions via Internet very relevant, while 68%...

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