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CEO & PresidentNov 2011
Bura Znanja is a strong initiative passionately commit to change the way higher education functions. We are building a Studio to provide a cutting-edge Informational and Computer Technology in order to revolutionize online educational system at the University of Rijeka. Our Idea started in sync with a world-wide trend in higher education that Stanford University started with free Online classes in Fall 2011. Our Vision is to establish our University and the city of Rijeka as one of the best scientifi
Statement of Accomplishment, with Distinction (2013)Stanford University (via Venture Lab)
Received Statement of Accomplishment, with Distinction, serving as a team leader in online course Designing a New Learning Environment, offered by Stanford University trough Venture Lab. This course was team and project based, with the ultimate goal to promote systematic design thinking that will cause a paradigm shift in the learning environments of today and tomorrow. The course shared ecosystematic views of education systems, perspectives on challenges and opportunities in the global education space, and strategies of designing a sustainable learning environment. The course was thought by Paul Kim PhD, the Chief Technology Officer and Assistant Dean of the Graduate School of Education at Stanford University.
Statement of Accomplishment (2012)The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania (via Coursera)
Received Statement of Accomplishment for successfully completing online course "Gamification". This course provided an introduction to gamification as a business practice, described relevant psychological and design concepts, and explained how to apply game thinking effectively in a variety of contexts. The course was thought by Kevin Werbach PhD, Associate Professor at The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.
Statement of Accomplishment (2013)Darden School of Business, University of Virginia (via Coursera)
Received Statement of Accomplishment for succesfuly completing online course "Grow to Greatness: Smart Growth for Private Businesses, Part I". This course was research and case-based, and its content is used in a Darden Graduate School of Business MBA course: "Growing an Entrepreneurial Business." The course focused on the common challenges of growing an entrepreneurial business. The course was thought by Edward D. Hess PhD, Professor of Business Administration from Darden School of Business, University of Virginia.
Statement of Accomplishment (2013)The University of Edinburgh (via Coursera)
Received Statement of Accomplishment for successfully completing online course "Critical Thinking in Global Challenges". This introductory undergraduate-level course in critical thinking aimed to help participants to develop a better understanding of what critical thinking is, and to practice and enhance their critical thinking skills. The course was thought by: Dr. Mayank Dutia, biomedical scientist and professor at the Centre for Integrative Physiology, School of Biomedical Sciences at the University of Edinburgh; Dr. Celine Caquineau, a biomedical scientist and teaching fellow at the School of Biomedical Sciences at the University of Edinburgh; Dr. John Menzies, a neuroscientist in the Centre for Integrative Physiology at the University of Edinburgh; Dr. Richard Milne, a plant evolutionary botanist from School of Biological Sciences at the University of Edinburgh; Dr. Kim Picozzi, a lecturer in Global Health and Principal Investigator in the Division of Pathway Medicine at the University of Edinburgh.
Statement of Accomplishment (2013)via Coursera
Received Statement of Accomplishment for successfully completing online course "English Composition I: Achieving Expertise". This course provided an introduction to and foundation for the academic reading and writing characteristic of college. Attending explicitly to disciplinary context, students learned to read critically, write effective arguments, understand the writing process, and craft powerful prose that meets readers expectations. Since personal investment yields better writing, students were able to select an area of expertise meaningful to them (a hobby, trade, profession, discipline, etc.) for their major writing projects, which were drafted and revised in sequenced stages: a critical response to an argument about expertise; an explication of a visual image; a case study of an expert and an Op-Ed. The course was taught by Denise Comer PhD, Assistant Professor of the Practice; Director of First-Year Writing Thompson Writing Program at Duke University.