Petar Jandrić (PhD) is Professor and Director of BSc (Informatics) programme at the University of Applied Sciences in Zagreb (Croatia), visiting Associate Professor at the University of Zagreb (Croatia), Professor and Director of Institute for Research and Knowledge Advancement at the Global Center for Advanced Studies (Michigan, US). His research interests are focused to the intersections between critical pedagogy and information and communication technologies. Research methodologies of his choice are inter-, trans- and anti-disciplinarity. Petar's previous academic affiliations include Croatian Academic and Research Network, National e-Science Centre at the University of Edinburgh, Glasgow School of Art and Cass School of Education at the University of East London. He writes, edits and reviews books, articles, course modules and study guides, serves in editorial boards of scholarly journals and conferences, participates in diverse projects in Croatia and in the United Kingdom, regularly publishes popular science and talks in front of diverse audiences. His major current projects are focused to collaborative research and editing.    





University of Applied Sciences in Zagreb, Croatia (Professor, Director of BSc (Informatics) programme) 

University of Zagreb, Faculty of Humanities and Social Science, Zagreb, Croatia (visiting Associate Professor) 

Global Center for Advanced Studies, Michigan, US (Professor in the Institute for Critical Media & Cultural Studies, Professor in the Institute for Critical Pedagogy, Director of the Institute for Research and Knowledge Advancement)     


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