COVID-19

24 July 2020

A new COVID-19 page has been implemented on the Portal of Croatian Scientific and Professional Journals - HRČAK, which brings together papers related to the topic of COVID-19 from various scientific fields published in journals in HRČAK.

13 July 2020

The Research Data Alliance (RDA) has published the final version of the RDA COVID-19 recommendations and guidelines for sharing research data for four research areas: clinical research, epidemiology, biology and the social sciences.

11 July 2020

At the MoodleMoot Global Online conference, held from July 6 to 10, SRCE has presented the experiences of its E-learning Centre in supporting higher education teachers in the transition to online teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic.

24 April 2020

The European Commission, together with several partners, one of which is the University Computing Centre (SRCE), has launched the European COVID-19 disease data platform to enable the rapid collection and sharing of available research data.

02 April 2020

During March 2020, the month in which online education began due to the COVID-19 pandemic measures, the SSO service of the AAI@EduHr system recorded 11,214,236 successful authentications from 517,453 unique users.

31 March 2020

The Ministry of Science and Education of the Republic of Croatia invites scientists, scientific groups and institutions from the scientific system to establish a European data platform for the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

24 March 2020

In the past week, the first in which online education began in Croatia as a whole, and in which many public and state authorities intensified their transition to work in an online environment, there was a 15% increase in traffic through CIX.

20 March 2020

In the week that is just coming to an end, which has been very intense for all systems under the jurisdiction of SRCE and the teams that care for those systems, classes at colleges have not stopped, but moved to an online environment.

17 March 2020

Today, the number of 20,000 active e-courses for this academic year has been reached, with over 9,900 teachers and over 68,800 students enrolled so far.

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