The latest ChildArt magazine traditionally published by the International Child Art Foundation is out and the topic is Metaverse! Grateful to be a part of a team of child online protection experts. I shared some personal thoughts for children and about children on Metaverse and on my digital technologies journey.
Danica Radovanović discusses the detrimental effects of the digital gender divide, particularly in low- and middle-income countries, and explores solutions to this growing issue.
Earlier this month, I was invited by Ehtesham Shahid, a journalist at the Khaleej Times. He asked me about digital fatigue, and I talked about how this prolonged situation of uncertainty and our blurred boundaries online and offline influence our emotional, cognitive, and physical selves, and could reading books save us?
This article has been published at the Coomunity Global Voices online and I wrote about the current activities of my colleagues, and I are working on. Also, next week I am going to the Digital Excellence Forum in Helsinki, Finland. If this seems appealing to you, please head here; and perhaps I …
Before I hit my annual digital sabbatical, here’s something you may find useful, whether you’re a child, teen, or an adult. The article was published in January-March 2019 issue of The Magazine of the International Child Art Foundation, yours truly was a Guest editor on Online safety.
I am a Guest editor for the ChildArt magazine, by International Child Art Foundation (ICAF), The topic is online safety for children. Check out the articles with experts and practitioners on how to make a better online world safely.
Recently, a creative team from Eemagine development interviewed me for their publication presenting people from the digital technologies world, asking me about the current projects, motivation, and #startwithwhy story. Below is the entire interview and you can also read it on Medium. How ICT Got Meaning in the Real-Time World A Career Path of a Brilliant Woman in the World Wide Web …