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Norwegian delegation visit

NVA_Svi A there-member delegation from the Ministry of Defense of the Kingdom of Norway visited the Center for Simulation and distance learning in order to gain insight into the implementation of distance learning project in Mod RS and SAF. The delegation was led by Rear Admiral Louise Dedichen, head of Norwegian National Defense College, accompanied by military attaché, Colonel Tore Anderson and Mr. Atle Svendsen, ADL project coordinator.

The delegation was welcomed by colonel Goran Simic who presented the accomplishments regarding the project of distance learning made in the past and spoke about future plans for the Centre. Members of the delegation expressed their satisfaction with what has been achieved on this project.

It has been concluded that there are plenty of possibilities for continuation of successful cooperation on ADL even after the current project ends due to the end of 2016.

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NTG meeting in Belgrade

NTG_Serbia_800_x_532 Belgrade hosted autumn meeting of Nato training group (NTG), in the Group for individual training and education development within the framework of the Partnership for Peace. The meeting took place from 20th to 24th September in Belgrade.
On behalf of the host, the meeting was opened by Head of the Military Academy Major General Goran Zekovic, who presented the work and military institutions of higher education, as well as the system of military education in Serbia.
During the four-day event, 37 participants from NATO and partner countries and academic institutions, have presented and discussed current and upcoming projects in their countries.
The aim of Nato training group is to improve the professionalism, standardization and interoperability between NATO and partner forces through improved coordination of education, training, exercises and evaluation, with particular emphasis on operations support.

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Norvegian delegation visit

Norvezani_1 On Friday the 20th of June 2014. Norwegian delegation consisted of military attache Col. Aass Esben, future military attache Lt. Col. Tore Anderson and Mr. Atle Svendsen visited Center for simulations and distance learning at the Military Academy. In addition to the above persons visit was also attended by Mr. Aaron Presnall from the Jefferson Institute. The guests were received by Col. Simic, head of the Centre.
Col. Esben Aass noted satisfaction with the cooperation he had with CSDL and Military academy in the past three years and the results arising from the cooperation of the Ministries of Defence of the Republic of Serbia and the Kingdom of Norway.
Lt. Col. Anderson said he was impressed with the results and that he is very interested in the success of the projects currently being implemented.
Mr. Atle Svendsen said that the project is implemented as planned and expectations of the Norwegian side have been met. He was satisfied with the received information concerning future cooperation.

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Participation at 2nd NORDIC annual ADL conference in Gol

za_sajt_Gol12_16_5_14_800_x_750 Serbian working group consisted of col Goran Simic, head of Center for simulations and distance learning, prof dr Elizabeta Ristanovic, representative of Military Medical Academy and Mr Boris Tomic, representative of the Jefferson institute - project implementer in Serbia, had participated at 2nd annual NORDIC ADL conference which took place from 12 to 16 of May 2014, in Norway.

“New Learning Demands, Technologies and Possibilities” represents the topic of the three day conference. This event was different regarding to previous one due to Summary Panel sessions that followed the presentations of invited speakers. Team building workshop guided by Lasse Hameer represents another activity added in the conference agenda.

One of the invited speakers was Col Goran Simic. The topic of his presentation was “Learning about Mobile Learning”, and most of participants found it interesting due to many empirical information and didactical tactics used in building the smart phone application connected on Moodle LMS mobile service as well as creating four mobile courses based on existing desktop versions. Moreover, Col Simic made comparison between these two in order to argument conclusions in the end of presentation.

Great hospitality, plenty of interesting presentations, variety of activities have made this conference very successful and unforgettable.

 

ADL partnership

Center for Simulation and Distance Learning, Мilitary Academy, The Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Serbia has become an ADL Partnership Lab.

Representatives of The Ministry of  Defense of the Republic of Serbia and The Ministry of  Defense of the United States of America signed the cooperation agreement by which the Center for Simulation and Distance Learning Military Academy becomes a full member of ADL (Advanced distributed learning) Partnership, the world's leading organization engaged in the development of standards, technologies and systems for distance learning. Membership in this organization provides new opportunities for collaboration with distance learning laboratories in the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Norway, Poland, Romania and South Korea in the form of expert and technical assistance, exchange of electronic courses  and participation in joint projects.

ADL Partnership welcomes the Republic of Serbia and looks forward to working closely.

Link: http://www.adlnet.gov/

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ABOUT ADL PROJECT

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One of the reasons for starting the distance learning project is the fact that the members of the Ministry of Defence and the Serbian Army are required to fulfill new missions and tasks concerning defense.

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ABOUT COOPERATION

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We think that collaboration and partnership with other high education institutions in Serbia and partners from other countries and armies is the key to the project’s success.

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