National closing conference of the project "Introduction of modern learning methods in Macedonia using Italian experiences"
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National closing conference of the project "Introduction of modern learning methods in Macedonia using Italian experiences"

 

On October 13, 2020, the National closing conference of the project "Introduction of modern learning methods in Macedonia using Italian experiences" was organized by the Integrated Business Faculty (IBF).

Due to the current situation with the Covid-19 virus, the conference was held via video conference on the ZOOM platform.

The National closing conference was part of the project "Introduction of modern learning methods in Macedonia using Italian experiences" implemented by the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (UNIMORE) from Italy and the Integrated Business Faculty (IBF), and supported by Central European Initiative (CEI) through the Italian Knowledge Exchange Program (KEP Italy).

Representatives of the governing bodies from all state and private higher education institutions in the country, as well as representatives from the Ministry of Education and Science were invited to the conference.

The conference was opened and chaired by Dr. Azemina Mashovic, professor and expert in the project team of IBF. Welcoming address was given by the Director of the Integrated Business Faculty, Dr. Biljana Gjozinska, professor and member of the project team of FBE.

The main information related to the project results were presented by the professor and senior researcher in the project team of IBF, Dr. Zanina Kirovska.

The representative of the project team of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (UNIMORE) from Italy, Dr. Andrea Zini, shared more detailed experiences and challenges regarding e-learning and distance learning in Italy.

Furthermore, at the conference was presented the results of the realized project, an analysis of modern e-learning methods in the EU and the world, as well as recommendations for improving the existing methods and practices of e-learning in North Macedonia. The results of the realized project were presented by Martin Stojanovic, MSc, an expert in the project team and senior lecturer at IBF, and Martin Kiselicki, MSc, junior researcher in the project team and senior lecturer at IBF.

Within the conference, a special section for discussion and conclusions was provided, where the participants shared their opinion and experience regarding e-learning.