“Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.”– Dr. Seuss
Dr Danica Radovanovic is a senior internet tech professional on digital transformation and inclusion. Danica serves as an expert on Child Online Protection (COP) for the United Nations specialized agency for information and communication technologies – ITU.
She is a project associate at the University of Oslo, and an academic board member who advises on educational programming and pedagogy at the ICAF (International ChildArt Foundation). Danica has worked for the United Nations of the FAO, worked on digital inclusion projects at the Basic Internet Foundation, and expert-advised Google’s NBU initiative study on digital literacy. She is a PhD. Chevening Scholar, Oxford Internet Institute (University of Oxford), and a doctorate graduate from the Faculty of Technical Sciences (University of Novi Sad).
Her work focuses on societal, psychological and communication aspects of digital transformation and regenerative technologies, digital intelligence, and online safety for children and adolescents.
She is the author and editor of the forthcoming Springer book on Digital Literacy. Twitter: https://twitter.com/danicar
For questions, thoughts, and inquiries – write to danica at danicar dot info.
Media and Interviews
How ICT Got Meaning in the Real-Time World: A Career Path of a Brilliant Woman in the World Wide Web. In Medium, December 2017.
Can Facebook bring internet access to the entire world? (2016)