• Development of remote-control smart home system

    pg(s) 112-115

    The Smart Homes come rapidly into our everyday lives bringing comfort, security, help and many other benefits. The development of Information and Communication Technology and the advances in the applications based on Internet of Things emerged the appearing of more and more Smart Home solutions. The Smart Home System should implement default or custom integrated functions and intelligent self-adaptive methodology, based on the analysis of the habits, requirements and preferences of its inhabitants.
    In this paper the authors consider the development of Android and Wi-Fi based remote control Smart Home System, which integrates the analysis of the survey of the everyday habits of the people. An analysis of habits of 64 surveyed people was made. The results can be taken into account during the process of defining the default integrated functions at the stage of designing a Smart Home. The presence, absence or approaching certain location by the people are included as elements of the Smart Home System.

  • State public relations in Serbia

    pg(s) 108-111

    Public relations (PR) is a scientific discipline that deals with the creation and maintenance of mutual understanding between an organization or an individual. The term “public relations” appeared in 1987 in an annual US railroad. Since then, a large number of national and international associations, institutions and agencies have been established. Also, many universities in the world have formed faculties and faculties established special departments and chairs for public relations (PR). The paper presents an overview of the emergence of public relations (PR), a review of the international association and public relations institute and the state public relations
    (PR) in Serbia.

  • Analysis of mcgregor, aldelfer and murray’s motivation theories and their applicability in the military

    pg(s) 76-78

    The article discusses some of the content motivational theories, examining their applicability in military organisation. The purpose of the report is to analyse the theories of McGregor, Aldelfer and Murray rather than indicate the best approach for motivation. The results of the analysis will contribute to a clearer understanding of military motivation and provide guidance that commanders and chiefs could use to enhance their own motivational style.

  • Engineering ethic – course at University of Montenegro

    pg(s) 71-75

    This paper gives the presentation of the engineering ethic course at The University of Montenegro.
    Several events that as engineering, but not only as engineering, solutions had catastrophic consequences influenced the popularization and more and more frequent considerations of the engineering ethic, hence it forced the engineering profession to face with deficiencies in technical and executing practice, as well as the standards of etic.
    There are few universities in the world in the area of technical faculties where an engineering ethic is studied. The syllabus of engineering ethic at The Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Podgorica has been divided into six parts, according to the principles and standards of traditional ways of the studying engineering ethic.

  • The determining role of the spiritual and moral potential of a person in the process of rational choice

    pg(s) 67-70

    The ratio, mutual influence and interdependence of the most important elements of the human potential and the HIGHEST SPIRITUAL principle of a person are considered in this paper. The importance and role of the human potential in achieving the UN sustainable development goals. Potential of a HUMAN and its perspective use in the implementation of INDUSTRY 4.0 achievements

  • From cognitive dissonance overcoming to developing creativity

    pg(s) 65-66

    The present work tries to present possible variants for developing the creative beginning through overcoming the cognitive dissonance. It looks for balance between the traditional pedagogic interaction aiming academic achievements in certain strict framings and achieving creative manifestations. There are accents not on following algorithms and rules but rather on human behaviour in school environment, modeled according to the learner’s abilities in order the cognitive dissonance to be overcome.

  • Online learning instruments as a way of cross-cultural communication

    pg(s) 59-61

    Massive open online courses have a significant impact on the cross-cultural communication. More and more online courses become a part of modern university curriculum. This creates a way to share knowledge not only between different scientific facilities but provide an opportunity for students to take courses from top rated universities free of charge. Our research deals with the way to bring massive open online courses into cross-cultural educational field. The article deals with the translation’s editor work features in preparation for massive open online technical course to voice over and broadcasting on the example of the most popular programming course in the world “CS50 2019” (Harvard University). The main problems faced by the translation’s editor are highlighted. A step-by-step plan for the translation’s editor is suggested.

  • Regulation and importance of practical education while studying-application on the Higher Vocational College Postojna and Educational Centre of Modern Technologies-Slovenia

    pg(s) 56-58

    The paper deals with importance of practical education and training in system of education, its legal regulation in Higher Vocational Education Act and different regulations in Slovenia. Vocational education and training – VET- is a great way to improve quality and efficiency of study, making students more prepared for working conditions and desirable to employer. EU integration made new possibilities to improve it with programs like Erasmus+ and financing different projects regarding VET. One of the projects is presented in this paper as an example of a good connection between the school and the local economy through the construction and operation of a manufacturing learning laboratory, which seeks to reduce the gap between education and the labour market in one of the Slovenian regions.

  • Diatom endemic species in Albanian part of Ohrid lake

    pg(s) 35-37

    The presence of endemic species in Lake Ohrid exhibit significant spatial variation, related to prevailing climate, lake morphology and fluvial input into the lake. The high biodiversity of the lake was supported by the subaquatic inflow of cool, effects of climate change on the entire lake ecosystem, affects deep water oxygen availability, nutrient cycling and trophic linkages may yet be profound as the structure of the endemic diatom taxa. The dilution of time by time lake waters with pure spring waters is important for the oligotrophic status of Lake Ohrid and its subsequent low algae productivity. We found the highest number of endemic species at different depths from the lake shore, compared to the littoral area, where almost endemic species are either very widespread or almost absent.

  • Application of the method of clustering educational content in a social network

    pg(s) 31-34

    Currently, modern social technologies are used by hundreds of millions of users, are available free of charge, attractive and interesting. The article discusses the possibility of the use of social networks to improve e-learning institution of higher education. Considering the large amount of information disseminated by university students on the social network, it is proposed to use methods of data clustering – k-means (k-means) in the article, to personalize the content of educational materials. The results of the research can be used by teachers and instructors of higher education institutions to improve the content of the e-course and personalize e-learning.