Recent projects

  • InextWeb (2013-2014)- Research project developed by collaboration of SideBuy Technologies inc. with Ryerson University, inextweb features the latest technological advances changing the way search engines, computer agents, web services/sites, mobile and e-commerce applications utilize personalized shopping and data mapping. This revolutionary new engine will index the web unlike any other platform currently available.

  • OP4L - Online Presence for Learning (2010-2012) - A 2-year international project, funded by the European Commission within its SEE-ERA.NET PLUS program (project ERA 115/01), with the objective to provide support for advanced, context-aware Learning Process Management (LPM) within Personal Learning Environments (PLEs) as the increasingly important paradigm in online education. The project relies on using Social Semantic Web technologies to generate recommendations for learners, based on their current learning contexts and the state of online presence of members of their social graphs (i.e., network of online connections).

  • AB Voucher Pilot Program project (Athabasca University-Corridor Interactive) (2010-2011) - The short-term research project funded by Government of Alberta. The aim of the project is to add a Web 3.0 dimension to the Corridor rapid elearning system and provide adult education in the workplace that dynamically adapts to an employee's knowledge level. Corridor Interactive's technology is an elearning system that provides adult education in the workplace. The technology dynamically adapts the learning experience to suit a learner's level of knowledge, learning style and preferences. By using semantic technologies to deliver content personalized to learners' needs, the learning process is streamlined for management and staff.

  • ProLearn – A 'Network of Excellence' project financed by the IST (Information Society Technology) programme of the European Commission, dealing with technology enhanced professional learning. The project focuses on questions of European importance and stresses a better integration of research efforts. It initiates and improves cooperation between various actors of academia and industry in the area of technology enhanced learning, particularly supporting multinational co-operation. Jeremić participated in the project as a member of the GOOD OLD AI Research Group, University of Belgrade since this group is associated partner in the project.

  • DEPTHS - (2006-2011) - DEsign Pattern Teaching Help System - In DEPTHS we suggest a new approach to develop a collaborative learning environment for learning software patterns that uses existing Learning Management Systems (LMSs), domain-specific tools for software modeling and relevant repositories of software patterns available online. All these elements connected together establish an integrated learning framework, called DEPTHS, that supports collaborative learning of software patterns. We propose the use of Learning Object Context Ontology (LOCO) framework as an ontology base for the integration. This is a generic framework capable of formally representing diverse kinds of learning situations (i.e., learning contexts). Accordingly, the framework integrates a number of learning-related ontologies, such as a user model ontology, a learning content ontology, and domain ontologies. In order to fully respond to the above mentioned requirements for high-quality education in the domain of software patterns, we rely on the LOCO framework in the following manner: we use a domain ontology for representing the domain of software patterns and the extended learning context ontology for capturing and representation of learning contexts of different kinds of systems and tools that DEPTHS integrates.

  • IntelLEO (2009-2012) - A 3-year international ICT project, funded by the European Commission under its Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) (project No. 231590). It is a Specific Targeted Research Project (STREP) in the area of Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL). The project will develop intelligent technologies to support learning and knowledge-building (LKB) activities in Intelligent Learning Extended Organisation (IntelLEO), a new paradigm representing a community that emerges as a temporal integration of two or more different business and educational communities and organisational cultures (industrial, research and educational).

    The objective is to explore how the responsiveness of the LKB environments in an IntelLEO, aiming to enhance motivation of learners, proactively encouraging them to take part in LKB activities, can be radically enhanced by advanced technology exploiting a synergy between services for efficient management of collaborative LKB activities and access to and supply of shared content, and harmonisation of individual and organisational objectives.