Recap of the Transnational Project Meeting on EdTech Talents at the Faculty of Technical Sciences in Novi Sad

We’re thrilled to share the highlights of our recent Transnational Project Meeting (17-19.04.2024) organized by the Faculty of Technical Sciences in Novi Sad. Over three days of intensive collaboration and knowledge exchange, our esteemed guests and participants delved into key aspects of the EdTech Talents project.

Day 1:

  • Opening Ceremony: We kicked off with a warm welcome from our PI prof. Leoste and prof. Marjanovic setting the tone for the productive sessions ahead.
  • Insightful Presentations: Dunja Jusufovski introduced the Media Package, while Matti Rossi provided valuable updates through Progress Reports.
  • Work Package Discussions: Janika Leoste and Luis Pastor led discussions on various work package issues and opportunities, fostering collaboration and innovation.
  • Annual Report: Ugljesa Marjanovic and Slavko Rakic presented the Knowledge Sharing Annual Report, showcasing our project’s impact and achievements.
  • ERA Talents Insights: Vsevolod Samokhvalov shared valuable perspectives from the ERA Talents PO, enriching our understanding. Representatives from other ERA Talents projects also shared information about their successes, enriching our collective understanding.

Day 2:

  • Exploring Innovation: From Jelena Stanarevic’s insights into the Serbian innovation ecosystem to Miljan Vasic’s exploration of innovative technologies like ChatGPT and DALL-E, the day was packed with inspiration.
  • Pitching Workshop: Mladen Radisic led a dynamic workshop, refining our skills in project advocacy.
  • EdTech Initiatives: Vladimir Todorovic and Milan Bjelica showcased exciting EdTech initiatives and opportunities, fueling our enthusiasm for the field.
  • Future Prospects: Dunja Jusufovski unveiled promising opportunities for future projects, igniting our passion for continued collaboration and innovation.

Day 3:

  • Digital Education Conference: We concluded our meeting with a dynamic conference in Belgrade with 4392 participants, featuring enriching workshops, panel discussions, and networking opportunities.

The Transnational Project Meeting was a testament to the power of collaboration and innovation in driving positive change in the EdTech landscape. We’re excited to continue this journey together!