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3. VLADA MARIN, PhD Assoc. Professor,
University of Bucharest,
România
vlada[at]fmi.unibuc.ro
Section: M&M
Title of paper: ROINFO "Romanian Informatics" Project 2018-2020

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4. VLADA MARIN, PhD Assoc. Professor,
University of Bucharest,
România
vlada[at]fmi.unibuc.ro
Section: M&M
Title of paper: Priorities in Cybernetics, Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence

Abstract: The article describes ... About the beginnings of world and Romanian Informatics (In Romanian) - http://www.c3.cniv.ro/?q=2020/prioritati
5. ALTINAY FAHRIYE, PhD Professor,
MERYEM BASTAS, PhD Candidate,
ZEHRA ALTINAY, PhD Professor,
GOKMEN DAGLI, PhD Professor,
MEHMET ALTINAY, PhD Professor,
Graduate School of Educational Sciences, Societal Research and Development Center,
Near East University, University of Kyrenia
fahriye.altinay[at]neu.edu.tr
Section: IntelEDU
Title of paper: Evaluation on Prospective Teachers Views about Developing Social Responsibilities Related to Community Service Practices Course in the Digital Connected Society

Abstract: The aim of this study is to evaluate the situation of understanding and awareness of social responsibilities in the scope of community service practices course within the digital connected society. As technology plays a great role to shape the structure of the society, Faculty of Education prospective teachers in the departments of Special Education, Psychological Counselling and Guidance, Teaching Turkish Language and English Language Teaching as a new generation reflected their understanding. In this study qualitative method is used. The study group of this research is formed from 60 participants of prospective teachers from Kyrenia University Faculty of Education from the departments of Special Education, Psychological Counselling and Guidance, Teaching Turkish Language and English Language. In the content of findings it is significantly effective when growing up individuals who are hopeful from the future and it contributes to gain the awareness of responsibility to individuals, it provides abilities such as to look at the incidents in the society from different point of view and to gain creativity, it provides union with individuals and society, with social responsibility projects compassion, respect and reliance develops among the individuals, it develops and strengthen behaviours like to empathize in the society, to make sacrifice, philanthropy in individuals, it also conglutinates among individuals and it decreases the discrimination is found in the research. It can be said that according to the findings in the projects that has been done there were problems about time management that it should be planned perfectly and to overcome financial matters to find sponsors form institutions and organisations is needed. In addition to this, for students in order to be more successful in the projects and more creative and to be more self confident it needs to be given courses substantially. Besides it is thought that it will be useful to organise seminars, conferences to raise social sensitivity of prospective teachers. They underlined technology and social media support their activities to be more connected and enhance awareness. In this respect, public authorities should support the case of legislative regulations to do the projects.
6. YIKICI BETUL, PhD Candidate,
ALTINAY FAHRIYE, PhD Professor,
ZEHRA ALTINAY, PhD Professor,
GOKMEN DAGLI, PhD Professor,
Graduate School of Educational Sciences, Societal Research and Development Center,
Near East University, University of Kyrenia
fahriye.altinay[at]neu.edu.tr
Section: IntelEDU
Title of paper: The evaluation of school principals readiness for technology on school development and strategic planning

Abstract: The purpose of this research is to find out the perceptions of stakeholders on school principals' readiness for technology on school development and strategic planning. It is also aimed to present the job description and tasks of school principals, expectations from the headmasters, stakeholders' thoughts about the current principal appointment system, the perception of professional development of the headmasters, the expectation of the Ministry of National Education and Culture from school principals, their projects regarding strategic planning and school development in their schools based on the stakeholders.
In this study, the case study method was used within the framework of the qualitative research approach. The data was collected by interview technique and document analysis (research diary) was used to analyse the data. The findings were completed by document analysis and analysed by content analysis. The results of the research are as follows: (1) school administrators are defined as organizers by a large part of the stakeholders and they are considered as everything in the school. (2) Stakeholders agree that the school director is perceived as the organizer of education and training activities. (3) The duties and responsibilities of the school administrator according to school principals; to organize the physical infrastructure of the school, to set a vision, to plan and to motivate teachers, to make school planning according to the assistant teachers and teachers and to provide the organization by distributing the course programs.
7. ZEHRA ALTINAY, PhD Professor,
OZKIRAN UMIT, PhD,
ALTINAY FAHRIYE, PhD Professor,
GOKMEN DAGLI, PhD Professor,
Graduate School of Educational Sciences, Societal Research and Development Center,
Near East University, University of Kyrenia
zehra.altinaygazi[at]neu.edu.tr
Section: IntelEDU
Title of paper: Examination of Health Services for Citizens: A case of Accessibility and Disability for the Equality

Abstract: Accessibility for social and health services upon digital transformation is necessary for disabled citizens. Information technologies and automation system in accessing services help disabled citizens reach services upon equality and standards for health and social concerns. However, accessibility to services through automation systems are restricted and could not be performed in developing countries. The aim of the study is to reveal the health services for disabled citizens upon accessibility and automation. The study relies on qualitative research which documentary analysis and self-report reflection of authorities form upon themes were employed. Automation and accessibility models and practice of social and health services from literature and workshop results revealed and compared with the results. System and welfare for the developing country needs automation and accessible services for disabled citizens. Physical and web accessibility create a big dilemma to reach services that needs to be considered urgently by governmental and institutional authorities.
8. SCIPANOV LUCIAN VALERIU, PhD Assoc. Prof.,
SCIPANOV DĂNUȚA MĂDĂLINA, PhD Assoc. Prof.,
National Defence University "Carol I" Bucharest,
Romania
shcipio[at]yahoo.com
Section: IntelEDU
Title of paper: E-learning technologies, necessary but not sufficient in military sciences

Abstract: In this approach I set out to identify the necessity and sufficiency of innovative technologies used in the educational process of the military sciences field. For that I have established the thesis of this study "the technologies are necessary but not sufficient". I often wonder what the role of an E-learning technology is, what these technologies are and how it influences the teaching-learning process in such a particular field. I consider the emergence of new disrupted technology in e-learning may be the subject of a paradigm. Thus, that using innovation in the teaching-learning process is a brave practice, but it has two parts. On the one hand, there is the resilience of the system and on the other hand the opportunity of a new teaching-learning method. We must admit that most of the times the technologies in the e-learning field are innovative, therefore, I will start from the hypothesis that the use of e-learning technologies is necessary, even recommended. I also think that e-learning technologies are not enough. To accomplish the purpose of the paper, I will use the following main research methods: the SWOT analysis and the 5 R theory with which I intend to validate my proposed thesis.
9. SCIPANOV LUCIAN VALERIU, PhD Assoc. Prof.,
SCIPANOV DĂNUȚA MĂDĂLINA, PhD Assoc. Prof.,
National Defence University "Carol I" Bucharest,
Romania
shcipio[at]yahoo.com
Section: IntelEDU
Title of paper: Possibilities of choosing innovative e-learning technologies

Abstract: The purpose of this approach is to present and validate some possibilities of choosing innovative e-learning technologies that we can use in the teaching-learning process in the field of military sciences. I consider that in the conditions of a modern university education that is adapted to the most demanding requirements regarding the quality and performance of the teaching act, technology is an important factor during the educational activity in the higher military education. The peculiarity of the military sciences field is that the teaching-learning process, even if it uses specific innovative e-learning technologies, is also based on practical activities, which cannot be entirely carried out using only these technologies. Therefore, within this approach I proposed to achieve two objectives of the research, carrying out two case studies using two models of analysis (ACTION and SECTIONS mehods) through which to offer two options for choosing a technology necessary for the educational process.
10. IVANA IVANIC, PhD Assist. Prof.,
ZOLTAN GELER, PhD Assist. Prof.,
Department of Romanian Studies, Department of Media Studies
serbia
ivana.ivanic[at]ff.uns.ac.rs
Section: IntelEDU
Title of paper: Assessing the computer literacy of university students: a Case Study

Abstract: The aim of this paper is to present result gained at Faculty of Philosophy, University of Novi Sad, related to the online research through questionnaires with offered questions. The questionnaires is made with and idea about assessing students' prior knowledge in computer literacy. As an American scientist Norbert Wiener said: if we apply the knowledge of cybernetics in didactics then teaching can be observed as a system of transferring information through various communication models. He further said that the structure of the system for transferring information comprises: the source of information (science, scientists), the transmitter (teacher), media which transfers information (textbooks, professional literature, computer, computer programs, internet sources...) and the receiver (student). In reality this system is much more complex and relationship between the elements of the system are complex, variable and dependent on many social, scientific and technological flows but also dependent on changeable states of personality of a student and a teacher. Thus, the authors came up with the idea to test students' background in information literacy in 2018/2019. The test contained 14 questions for the first ECDL module (computers and windows). After completing the online questionnaire, data were processed and analyzed. The conclusion is that only 50 percents of students have a computer literacy background.The question arises whether students know the terms used in such research and whether the practical work would produce different results. Students in today's digital world have basic computer literacy, it is not enough just to gain basic computer knowledge, also to know terms related to this field.
11. IVANA IVANIC, PhD Assist. Prof.,
LAURA SPARIOSU, PhD Assist. Prof.,
DANIEL SORIN VINTILA, PhD Prof.,
Department of Romanian Studies,
Serbia
ivana.ivanic[at]ff.uns.ac.rs
Section: IntelEDU
Title of paper: Digital Humanities in Practice: Good Practice Examples at the Faculty of Philosophy University of Novi Sad

Abstract: Many behavioral, cognitive and humanistic theories of teaching and learning interpret educational communication differently. Structure, planning and teaching process has also been explained in recent times by didactic theories which are based on the theory of information and communication, cybernetics, curriculum and the specific understanding of system, educational structure and education. The aim of this paper is to present research conducted at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Novi Sad in 2019. Since it is increasingly talked about digital humanities and the application of elearning in the process of teaching and learning in social sciences, it is the authors' intention to explore examples of good practice among teachers. In the age of electronic publishing, many of us have become accustomed to immediate access from anywhere, via computer networks, to authoritative, scholarly resources. For most of us, our institutions provide this access, it costs us nothing, and we seldom need to think about availability. Teaching in general, and the teaching of computer science can be organized and therefore studied in terms of cybernetic didactic theory, in other words, system's theory and communication models. Survey was conducted among teachers who apply new methods in teaching and they were asked to answer on the following questions: what is digital humanities, what is elearning, how do they apply new methods, do they follow standards, what standards do they apply, should they change something in the process of applying of elearning methods, what platforms they use etc. The results of the survey showed that a more than 80 percents of respondents, actually teachers, do not recognize the standards, that they actually know little about the term digital humanities and elearning.
12. PARASCHIVEANU VIRGIL, Executive Director,
Center for Applied Education,
Romania
ivana.ivanic[at]ff.uns.ac.rs
Section: IntelEDU
Title of paper: Reputation management in higher education

Abstract: Research has shown that a university's reputation is a major priority for academics changing jobs and is the top consideration for internationally mobile students, above tuition fees and course content. Reputation is also key in attracting collaborative partnerships and funding from alumni, philanthropists and industry. Reputations can soon be built and lost in our technologically connected world where information travels fast and can impact globally. If a university thrives, the value of its brand increases, in turn attracting the best academics, students and increased funding. This paper will review the theme of reputation management in higher education and take the discussion towards organization development.The article will also host an argument about international rankings of universities.
13. PARASCHIVEANU VIRGIL, Executive Director,
Center for Applied Education,
Romania
ivana.ivanic[at]ff.uns.ac.rs
Section: M&M
Title of paper: From university to reality: higher education' transformation roadmaps

Abstract: The paper is designed to outline process and act as a refference guide for those contributing to assessing and developing potential strategies for reshaping universities social and economic role, within the context of globalization, education business disruptiveness and digital education industry' growth, impacting organizational learning, competence and market integration to university graduates.
14. SHIVACHEVA-PINEDA IVANKA, PhD Assoc. Prof.,
Faculty of education, Trakia university Stara Zagora,
Bulgaria
ivanka.shivacheva[at]trakia-uni.bg
Section: M&M
Title of paper: E-Learning as a mono technology in a pandemic

Abstract:The paper presents an attempt for a critical analysis of e-learning as a mono-educational technology in a pandemic. The subject of the study is the impact of the critical epidemic situation caused by COVID-19 in 2020 on the theoretical university training of students-pedagogues. The indisputable possibilities, advantages, but also limitations in the course of the e-learning, realized through various forms of electronic environment, are emphasized. Based on the analysis, the following conclusions can be drawn:
- indisputable advantages of e-learning as an assistive technology for the theoretical university training of students pedagogues;
- indisputable advantages of e-learning as a mono technology for the theoretical university preparation of students pedagogues in conditions of crisis and impossibility for face-to-face training;
- e-learning, implemented as mono technology, is unsuitable for the theoretical university training of students pedagogues in normal conditions, due to a number of limitations and shortcomings.
15. ILOVAN OANA-RAMONA (1), PhD Assoc. Prof.,
MĂGERUŞAN ADRIANA (2), PhD Assoc. Prof.,
MEDEŞAN SILVIU (3), PhD,
MAROȘI ZOLTAN (3), PhD Candidate,
URSU COSMINA-DANIELA (1), MSc Student,
DULAMĂ MARIA ELIZA (4), PhD Prof.,
Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca,
(1) Faculty of Geography,
(2) Someş Delivery and Faculty of Architecture & Urban Planning, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca,
(3) Colectiv A collaborator, Cluj-Napoca, Faculty of Geography, Centre for Research on Settlements and Urbanism
(4) Faculty of Psychology and Sciences of Education,
Romania
ilovanoana[at]yahoo.com
Section: M&M
Title of paper: Learning about ICT-based Collaborative Practices in Urban Regeneration

Abstract: This paper starts from a research topic approached within an internal fellowship in Babeş-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania. The project, Smart Collaborative Practices in Urban Regeneration in Cluj-Napoca, assessed the necessity that the local university provides innovative services using ICT, in cooperation with local NGOs, that would support the development of the local community. As part of the project, we present the stages of an online research on urban regeneration collaborative practices which use the ICT, through which local communities are activated to take part at the decision-making process concerning their development. Therefore, our aim was to identify, present and analyse the web-based resources (i.e. good practice examples) available for such collaborative practices including ICT, from the perspective of what university geography students could learn, when in service learning, field trips, and field research were not possible. This was the case of the fellowship project that was implemented in March and April 2020, which overlapped over the lockdown period in Romania, caused by the COVID-19 health and societal crises. In addition, we present the results of the fellowship project and their use in further activities involving the ICT and various stakeholders in local development (i.e. the academia, the local NGOs, and the citizens).
16. BOGDAN MIHAI, PhD Assoc. Prof.,
Computer Science and Electrical Engineering Department, Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu,
Romania
mihai.bogdan[at]ulbsibiu.ro
Section: TECH
Title of paper: Home Alarm System with Arduino and LabVIEW

Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to create a functional system in terms of hardware and software, to create a home alarm system. The system can monitor the following parameters: temperature, possible gas emissions, the presence of smoke as a result of a fire, as well as the audible warning of exceeding normal values and also the ventilation of the house.
This system will be built using the Arduino Mega 2560 development platform, and programming will be done using the LabVIEW graphical programming. Hardware resources that will be used in the paper are: Arduino Mega 2560, two LM35 Precision Centigrade Temperature Sensors, the MQ-2 smoke sensor that is sensitive to smoke and to the flammable gases, the MQ-135 Air Quality Sensor, the MQ-5 Gas Sensor sensitive for LPG, natural gas, coal gas, the DC 12V Brushless Cooling Fan, a breadboard, a buzzer, 2 LEDS with 2 x suitable resistors for to limit the current through LEDs (220 Ohms is fine) and connecting wires.
The results will be displayed through the serial interface on the computer, in the LabVIEW program.
17. BOGDAN MIHAI, PhD Assoc. Prof.,
Computer Science and Electrical Engineering Department, Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu,
Romania
mihai.bogdan[at]ulbsibiu.ro
Section: TECH
Title of paper: Heating and Ventilation System with Arduino and LabVIEW

Abstract: This system aims to control the heating and ventilation system of the home, using the LabVIEW graphical programming environment. The system consists of a temperature sensor, 2 control circuits and the Arduino mega 2560 platform, which will control the entire system. The first control circuit is used to start a fan for cooling the house, and the second control circuit is used to operate a relay of the boiler for heating the house.
This system works like a thermostat, so it will keep the house at the set (desired) temperature. The temperature sensor measures the temperature inside the house and if the temperature is lower than the set one, Arduino activates the boiler relay to start heating the house. After reaching the set temperature, the heating of the house is stopped. The same thing happens if the temperature of the room is higher than the set temperature, Arduino controls the fan to cool the room.
18. ILOVAN OANA-RAMONA, PhD Assoc. Prof.,
Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Faculty of Geography,
Romania
ilovanoana[at]yahoo.com
Section: M&M
Title of paper: Feedforward for University Geographical Online Education during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Abstract: During the COVID-19 pandemic period in Romania, traditional face to face education was replaced by online education realised on a series of platforms and employing web-based methods. This transformed it into distance education. Starting from papers published worldwide on e-learning during the period when schools and universities were closed because of the health crisis, we created a list of recommendations concerning geographical online education at the university level. To achieve this aim, a SWOT analysis is performed on web-based methods in online education. Our personal experience on the subject is also considered. Challenges are discussed from the perspectives of both professors and students and solutions are identified. Conclusions emphasize the benefits of online education when appropriate web-based methods are employed.
19. VEREȘ SANDA (1), PhD Candidate,
MAGDAȘ IOANA (1), PhD Assoc. Prof.,
ILOVAN OANA-RAMONA (2), PhD Assoc. Prof.,
DULAMĂ MARIA ELIZA (1), PhD Prof.,
URSU COSMINA-DANIELA (2), MSc Student,
Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca,
(1) Faculty of Psychology and Sciences of Education,
(2) Faculty of Geography,
Romania
cosmina.d.ursuăatîgmail.com
ilovanoana[at]yahoo.com
Section: M&M
Title of paper: Educational Platforms and Animation Films during Natural Sciences Classes. A Comparative Study

Abstract: In the current context, transformations are taking place in the educational process, that require the use of digital devices in education and the evolution towards the digital school. These changes involve the adaptation and accessibility of content and the use of digital study tools in an informational environment, which offers the possibility of efficient collaboration and communication between all the involved factors: teachers, students, and parents. The active involvement of students in e-learning is imperiously necessary. Teachers are facing more problems in choosing the most efficient and favourable learning environment, the most appropriate tools and multimedia products (animation films, in this case), to increase interactivity in the virtual environment. In this research, we compared the attributes of the educational platforms Wand Education and LIVRESQ, we analysed how they could be used in teaching natural sciences lessons in primary school and how animation films could be integrated into lessons, and created by the teacher using these platforms. We found that lesson preparation for online activities using educational platforms required a sustained effort from the teacher and average knowledge of IT use, that students needed support from the teacher to use these platforms so that the learning process could be a systematic, efficient, and in-depth one.
20. VEREȘ SANDA (1), PhD Candidate,
MAGDAȘ IOANA (1), PhD Assoc. Prof.,
DULAMĂ MARIA ELIZA (1), PhD Prof.,
ILOVAN OANA-RAMONA (2), PhD Assoc. Prof.,
TODERAŞ ALINA (3), MSc Student,
Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca,
(1) Faculty of Psychology and Sciences of Education,
(2) Faculty of Geography,
(3) “Ferdinand I” Military Technical Academy and “Elie Carafoli” National Institute for Aerospace Research, Bucharest,
Romania
magdas_ioanaăatîyahoo.com
ilovanoana[at]yahoo.com
Section: M&M
Title of paper: Animation Films in Studying Some Natural Phenomena and Forming Representations

Abstract: Animation films that focus on narrative themes are frequently watched by pupils, while animation films that focus on natural phenomena are fewer and less watched by children. The purpose of this study is to analyse a learning activity that uses a film about the consequences of the Earth’s rotation and revolution movement: the formation of days and nights and the formation of seasons. We analysed the following: how the interactivity of lessons could be increased by using the animation film; how to turn the animation film into an interactive multimedia product so that the learner had the opportunity to receive and to send feedback and additional information; the way of transforming the act of learning into a personalized, individualized one.
21. ILIE ANA-SIMONA (1), PhD Candidate,
DULAMĂ MARIA ELIZA (1), PhD Prof.,
RĂCĂŞAN BIANCA SORINA (1), PhD Assistant Prof.,
ILOVAN OANA-RAMONA (2), PhD Assoc. Prof.,
MAGDAȘ IOANA (1), PhD Assoc. Prof.,
Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca,
(1) Faculty of Psychology and Sciences of Education,
(2) Faculty of Geography,
Romania
bianca_racasanăatîyahoo.com
ilovanoana[at]yahoo.com
Section: M&M
Title of paper: Educational Films in Understanding the Relations of Organisms with Their Living Environment

Abstract: The purpose of this research is to analyse how a film taken from the YouToube website is used in a learning activity. The content of the film refers to the adaptation to their environment, during the winter, of the creatures that live in the forest. An online experiment was organized, structured in several stages: initial testing, learning activities, and final testing. Based on the film analysis, on the activities that were carried out and on the primary school pupils’ results, we identified the teacher’s didactic strategies and we established the efficiency of using the film. Solutions are proposed to increase the efficiency of online activities and ways to solve the identified problems.
22. ANTAL MARIA-IRINA (1), PhD Candidate,
ILOVAN OANA-RAMONA (2), PhD Assoc. Prof.,
DULAMĂ MARIA ELIZA (1), PhD Prof.,
CIUPE IOANA ALEXANDRA (2), PhD Candidate,
VOICU CRISTINA-GEORGIANA (3), PhD,
Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca,
(1) Faculty of Psychology and Sciences of Education,
(2) Faculty of Geography,
(3) “Titu Maiorescu” Secondary School, Iași and Romanian Geographical Society, Iași branch
Romania
alexandra.ciupeăatîyahoo.com
ilovanoana[at]yahoo.com
Section: M&M
Title of paper: Selecting Photographs from Web Sources for Online Learning Activities

Abstract: The research starts from the finding that primary school teachers have difficulties in choosing photographs for online learning activities. In order to investigate these difficulties and the causes that determine them, the first author, teacher for primary education, conducted an internet search and chose five photographs for several topics in the field of geography (rural settlements, urban settlements, landforms, running waters, lakes and others). For comparison, another researcher in the group, with competences in the didactics of geography, chose another suite of photographs. Based on the comparison of the two groups of photographs, similarities and differences were identified. During the discussions with the two researchers, we identified the reasons for choosing the photographs and the difficulties. At the end of the research, we identified several causes that determined the inappropriate choice of photographs for a certain topic.
23. TONCHO KOLEV, PhD Assistant Prof.,
ZLATEV ZLATIN, PhD Assoc. Prof.,
Trakia University – Stara Zagora, Faculty of Technics and Technologies, Yambol,
Bulgaria
zlatin.zlatevăatîtrakia-uni.bg
Section: M&M
Title of paper: Design of a System to Improve Technical Training Equipment Performance

Abstract: When using automatic bread machines for research and practical exercises in the field of automation and food technology, there is no complete compliance of the obtained results with those in real production conditions, as well as meeting the technological requirements laid down in the normative documents for bread production. In the present work, through the analysis of the technological object - a baking chamber in an automatic bread machine – a precise control system is proposed, replacing the relay controller, which is more commonly used by the manufacturers.
24. DESPOT KATERINA (1), PhD Prof.,
SANDEVA VASKA (1), PhD Prof.,
VASILEV MIROSLAV (2), PhD,
(1) University of Goce Delcev, Stip, Republic of Northern Macedonia
(2) Trakia University – Stara Zagora, Faculty of Technics and Technologies, Yambol,
Bulgaria
miro8611ăatîabv.bg
Section: M&M
Title of paper: Color as One of the Supporting Elements of Training in Minimalism

Abstract: Minimalism is a style that suggests a method of reduction, where all design elements are reduced to their necessary size and shape. In addition to the mentioned feature, it is important to understand how effective color is in minimalist spaces and what kind of a role color plays in those interior spaces. The study also explored minimalist interiors, and performed a statistical analysis of minimalist interiors in the Republic of Northern Macedonia. This specific study, at first explains minimalism, beginning with its relation to design, interior design, art and color. Color is an important element of design and has a special role in interior design. Therefore, literature has been reviewed, in order to analyze these minimalist interiors, color, design and interior design.
25. SANDEVA VASKA (1), PhD Prof.,
DESPOT KATERINA (1), PhD Prof.,
SHIVACHEVA GALYA (2), PhD,
(1) University of Goce Delcev, Stip, Republic of Northern Macedonia
(2) Trakia University – Stara Zagora, Faculty of Technics and Technologies, Yambol,
Bulgaria
galya.shivacheva[at]trakia-uni.bg
Section: M&M
Title of paper: Learning of Modern Interiors with Eclectic Movements

Abstract: Interest in training in the field of fine, applied arts and design has grown in recent years in Bulgaria. This is a prerequisite to look for new and innovative methods to be applied in this field of knowledge. The innovative method that is proposed is Eclectic in the use of elements of different periods in one piece. This makes the closed space filled with dramatic energy that closes and opens at the same time modern interior. One design to be good, he himself besides creativity, decorative, beauty and modernity should wear and functionality. Eclectic approach to thinking that one does not fully comply with the same paradigms or conclusions, and takes into account various theories to gain a comprehensive view of any phenomenon or to apply a theory. Whether in eclectic modern decor?


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