Book chapter
Radovanović, Danica (2013). ‘The Internet and digital divide in South Eastern Europe: Connectivity does not end the digital divide, skills do.’ The digital divide: the Internet and social inequality in international perspective / edited by Massimo Ragnedda and Glenn W. Muschert. London and New York, Routledge, pp.165-177

Journal papers

Radovanović, D., Hogan, B., and Lalić, D. (2015) Overcoming digital divides in higher education: Digital literacy beyond Facebook. New Media & Society, SAGE. Available at: 

Radovanović, D., Weller, K., and Dadzie, A. (2015) Making Sense of Microposts (#Microposts2015) Social Sciences Track. In: #Microposts2015 Making Sense of Microposts: Big things come in small packages. WWW2015. p.29-31

Radovanovic, Danica (2012). “Going Mobile: digital divides must be bridged”. In Digital Frontiers – Index on Censorship. SAGE, Vol. 41, No.4, 2012. pp: 112-116. DOI: 10.1177/0306422012466804

D.Radovanovic, M. Ragnedda, “ Small talk in the Digital Age: Making Sense of Phatic Posts,” in Making Sense of Microposts (#MSM2011), Matthew Rowe, Milan Stankovic, Aba-Sah Dadzie (eds).  WWW2012, p. 10-13

Radovanovic, Danica, (2011) Digital Divide and Social Media: Connectivity Doesn’t End the Digital Divide, Skills Do. In The Scientific American blog.  Available at SSRN:

Radovanovic, Danica (2011). “Do you have a “Face”?”: Identity, imagination, and affection in online communities”. In Digital Culture – Software Theory – Net-Art. Irregular F Revue, Vol. 3, No. 8, 2011 . Available at SSRN:

Radovanovic, Danica, Интернет парадигма, структура и динамика онлајн друштвених мрежа: Фејсбук и млади у Србији (Internet Paradigm, Structure, and Dynamics of Online Social Networks: Facebook and Young Adults in Serbia) (June 20, 2010). Pancevacko citaliste, Vol. III, No.17, pp. 20-26, 2010. Available at SSRN:

Radovanovic, Danica (2010). Serbia: “Better on Facebook Than in the Streets”. Global Voices Online, Journal Article. Available at: [pdf]

Radovanovic, Danica. “Serbia: Digital School Project”, Global Voices Online.

Radovanovic, Danica (2008). Open access, electronic resources and digital literacy in a Networked Web 2.0 World., In International Scientific Conference, Electronic library, Belgrade (Serbia), 25-27 September 2008.

Radovanovic, Danica (2002): Semantic Web and Electronic Information Resources – Infotheca journal 4(2003)2, p. 157-163


Digital divides are not just about technology: the digital divide as a form of hidden discrimination. Slides from the talk at the International conference on Digital Discrimination and Social Networks , 13 and 14 March 2014, Barcelona.

HANDLING YOUR MEDIA PRESENCE – THINK TANKS AND SOCIAL NETWORKS. At: Policy Research, Technology, and Advocacy Converge @ the HUB, November 7-8, 2013 – Prague.

April 16, 2012, Lyon, France. Making Sense of Microposts #MSM2012, at the World Wide Web 2012 conference #WWW2012. Small talk in the Digital Age: Making Sense of Phatic Posts, presentation.

March 24-27, 2011., Budva, Montenegro. Conference: „The Way Forward: the Future of Democracy in the Balkans“. Regional Alumni (OSF/Chevening) Conference. Bridging the digital inequalities in higher education, talk.

26 June, 2010, talk at the Interdisciplinary conference: Problems of Adolescence, Magdalen College, University of Oxford. ‘Adolescents and the Web: the attractions of Facebook’.

2010, Science Online10, Research Triangle Park, USA, 15-18 Jan., Social Media for scientists – workshop

2009. 16-19. January, ScienceOnline09 – science blogging conference, Sigma Xi Center in Research Triangle Park, NC, USA.   Open Access in the networked world: experience of developing and transition countries

2008. Open access, e-resources, and digital literacy in Web 2.0 networked world., International conference, Electronic libraries, University of Belgrade, 25-27 Sept.

2007 Pedagogical Faultlines, Amsterdam. International conference and session: New sources of knowledge: from blogs to wikis to social networks. Social knowledge and professional practice.

Selected articles elsewhere
– Robots and New Technologies: Programmed to Understand and Interact–Keep It Future-Friendly!, September 2011

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