.about ∆.

I am a digital media specialist and international advisor on digital transformation, inclusion and Internet governance. I have practical and research experience related to: societal implications of internet technology, digital literacy, project coordination and managing the international teams, ICTs for development, R&D, open-source and open access, collaborative Web projects and platforms, start-ups. Back in the late 90’s, I pioneered the development of first listservs in academia, conducted the first online electronic magazine in 2001 for Balkans, created the first institutional science blog in the SEE.

With the multicultural background;  I worked for the United Nations as Information management specialist and coordinator on UN/EU project on technology, web, and science; I served as an online editor in chief for Australian web portal on technology, internet, and science. Also, I served the Wikimedia, Library of Congress – Washington DC, Geisel – USCD, San Diego, among several other similar positions.

Education wise, I am an alumna of UNC-SILS (Fulbright Scholar) at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and PhD Chevening Scholar of University of Oxford, Oxford Internet Institute, and Faculty of Technical Sciences in Novi Sad where I defended my PhD.

Besides R&D work, I write for the Scientific American blog and Global Voices Online.

Random interviews:

Digital Serendipities in Southeastern Europe (2011)

ScienceOnline’09 – interview with Danica Radovanovic (2009)

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Comments

  1. Eduard says:

    Dear Dana,
    Love your blog and the topics you write about. Also admire your picture site (you have the eye!) and also your favourite choices.
    All the best!
    With love,
    Eduard.

  2. rube says:

    i love your blog… and thanks for the message. i’ll see what i can do to not make my blog so terribly boring… someday. 🙂

  3. Bilish says:

    This is an awesome blog.. i liked the topics you have selected intentionally or unintentionally for your blog posts.. very cool.. I would definitely need your advice on start blogging on my own…

    Congrats on setting a cool blog.. i really liked it…

    Cheers

  4. danicar says:

    thanks to eduard and rube, for you bilish: everything you want to know you have under categories posts of: blogging and blogs.
    keep on good blogging!
    best,
    danica

  5. honewatson says:

    Hi Danica my mums maiden name is the same as your last name.

  6. honewatson says:

    Danica, I don’t know how to reply to you so I will write here again. My mums family is from Korcula. But I am born in New Zealand and live in Australia. I hope that is ok. I like your writings. Take care and keep in touch.

  7. Eduardo says:

    Very interesting blog, I hope to see more topics that catch my attention, is very interesting your points of view,
    Congratulations for have a blog like this 😉

  8. Ray says:

    It’s one of my favourite quotes. I wrote about it some time ago. So I just leave you with this more or less trustworthy reference of the ‘real’ author.
    http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Bernard_Baruch

  9. macrobiotic says:

    Hey Danica,
    I have spotted at your Twitter account about you eating macrobiotic food. Are you total macrobiotic eater or just casual? How do you like this lifestyle? Is it easy to have macrobiotic foods in your present job?

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