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Sinan Alispahić ,
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Saobraćajni Fakultet, Internacionalni Univerzitet Travnik, Travnik, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Šezad Hodžić ,
Šezad Hodžić

Internacionalni Univerzitet Travnik, Travnik, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Ajla Haračić
Ajla Haračić

Internacionalni Univerzitet Travnik, Travnik, Bosnia and Herzegovina


Crisis situations, such as the one caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, are establishing new circumstances in life and activities, to which education is also exposed. These circumstances impose various restrictions related to mobility, inability to travel, inability to work and other barriers. The technological challenges of education come to the fore, especially the process of digital transformation. Various digital platforms and innovative solutions have been established to adapt the implementation of the ongoing teaching process. The focus was on online teaching, distance learning and e-learning. Numerous challenges have emerged related to the performance and quality of teaching, exercises, practical classes, learning outcomes, the level of acquired knowledge and more. To see all the features of online teaching in such circumstances, a study was conducted with students of the first cycle of studies at the Faculty of Transport and Traffic Travnik (students from first to fourth year) and teachers who participated in online teaching during the past two academic years (2019/2020). and 2020/2021.). The obtained research results indicate that teachers and students face new complex and demanding challenges that require new competencies in a certain period of time. Adaptation of the educational process to technological challenges and further improvement requires the development of a strategy for conducting online teaching and distance learning


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