From Wikimania 2010 • Gdańsk, Poland • July 9-11, 2010

Danica Radovanovic is PhD candidate at Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford. Her research focuses on the influence of social web, hybrid, virtual ways of communication in the context of social media, through theoretical and practical implications of the new social networking forms. Danica was working for the United Nations (FAO) as Information management specialist on semantic web, metadata, and international projects on technology, science, education, and was lecturer and creator of syllabus's of two modules (Web 2.0 intro and Social networks) at the School of web journalism (supported by Rising Voices). She was UNC-SILS Alumna (North Carolina, Chapel Hill), and JFDP and American Councils Scholar.

Known as a pioneer in many Information Communication technology projects, Danica has been present in the Internet industry for over a decade and in the last few years she has been a web activist in Wikimedia, Global Voices online, iCommons, editor for Serbia of open access database E-LIS, and active in many forums in digital communications and social Web.

She keeps her blog 'Digital Serendipities' at URL:

Danica's everyday micro-blogging forms: