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Ela Martinčević ,
Ela Martinčević
Krešimir Buntak ,
Krešimir Buntak
Ivana Martinčević
Ivana Martinčević


We live in a world of massively use of social networks, which are gradually taking a central place in modern communication, replacing forums, e-mail and sms. However, what needs to be pointed out is that the use of social networks has changed not only the way of spending free time, communication, business, but also the way of learning and the way of organizing the curriculum. Primary and secondary data sources were taken as well as statistics dana and research conducted on the impact of the pandemic on education. The result of the research is technology that creates subtle advances in education, however the global COVID-19 pandemic has created a strong need for destructive innovation in education. In education as in other industries, technological advances represent constant opportunities for new innovations, including learning management systems. Viewed through a new perspective, social networks provide teachers with new opportunities for increased student engagement in an online learning environment. In the new reality, online solutions have become almost the only way of business communication between people, including online conferences and lectures. The aim of the research is to determine the use of informa


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