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Jelena Brkić ; Ekonomski fakultet, Sveučilište u Mostaru, Mostar, Bosna i Hercegovina
Mirela Mabić orcid id ; Ekonomski fakultet, Sveučilište u Mostaru, Mostar, Bosna i Hercegovina

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str. 63-66

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Education can be identified as irreplaceable and continuous process of gathering new, as well as broadening previously gained, knowledge and skills. It is high priority to treat it with great attention and always introduce new ways of enhancing it and making it more interesting and intriguing. Fast development of ICT sector has infected all spheres of human work and thought and educational sector has been part of the affected elements too. There are new possibilities of improving current teaching process and creating new channels of knowledge distribution. Although Governments of developed countries around the world are aware of the importance of introducing ICT to education, Governments of transition countries, such as Bosnia and Herzegovina, are paying more attention to core economic issues and still are not supportive towards modernization of education. All the initiatives for this kind of a change were reduced to individual efforts and isolated projects. One of the rare projects that took effect on a national level was a three year project supported by Japanese Government. This paper will explain the present e-learning situation in the country, the course of the above mentioned project and the results it extracted.

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education, e-learning, transition country, ICT education project

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