- Bibliography (CROSBI)
- List of select publications
- Teaching duties
- Research areas
- Students' poll results
- Professional memberships
- Personal data
- List of select projects
- Past employments
Achieving scalability and interactivity in a large enrollment university course
Implications of the JOBSTEM Project for Educational Policy and Practice
STEM Programs and Interventions as a Tool for Reducing Social, Gender and Family Related Inequalities in Education
What lecture capture needs to be a useful tool for learning
Importance of trust and personal responsibility issues in sculpting the health knowledge landscapes
Qualitative analysis of experience, beliefs, and attitudes of primary school children towards a STEM intervention programme: how to understand outcome and plan future STEM intervention
Neural Networks for File Fragment Classification
Computer-based Methods for Assessing Information Security Competencies
41st International Convention on Information and Communication Technology, Electronics and Microelectronics (MIPRO)
Open educational materials
Effects of STEM Intervention Program on Student Attitudes, Interests and Motivation in Primary School: Applicability of Propensity Score Matching Technique
What State Needs to Counter Non-State Groups in Cyberspace
Security and Education
Increasing interactivity in lectures
Experiences with supervised vs. unsupervised online knowledge assessments in formal education
STEM career aspirations during primary schooling: A cohort-sequential longitudinal study of relations between achievement, self- competence beliefs, and career interests – JOBSTEM
Qualitative analysis of experience, beliefs and attitudes of elementary school children towards STEM intervention program
A distributed authentication architecture and protocol
Guidelines for the advancements of electronic health records
Decision trees in formative procedural knowledge assessment
Authentication approach using one-time challenge generation based on user behavior patterns captured in transactional data sets
Online formative assessments in a digital signal processing course: Effects of feedback type and content difficulty on students learning achievements
Lecturers' reactions to automated lecture capture introduction
Time aspects of using audience response systems
Lecturers' Reactions To Automated Lecture Capture Introduction
SYSTEM AND PROTOCOL FOR DISTRIBUTED USER AUTHENTICATION
Information Security as a Part of Curricula in Every Professional Domain, Not Just ICT’s
Learning in learning orqanisations
Learning Benefits of Online Formative Self-Assessments
Students’ perception of live lectures’ inherent disadvantages
Strategic Plan of eHealth Development in the Republic of Croatia
Education as a Long-Term Strategy for Cyber Security
Virtual wireless penetration testing laboratory model
Question based user authentication in commercial environments
LeCTo: a rich lecture capture solution
Assessing the learning potential and students’ perception of rich lecture captures
Virtual world: the world of fear or world without fear?
User authentication in e-commerce based on OTP generators
Knowledge based authentication requirements
An Automatized Case-Based Cognitive Skills Assessment Approach
A Long-Term Strategy For Cyber Security
Intrinsic Deficiencies of Lectures as a Teaching Method
Concept maps in computer-assisted knowledge assessment
Overview and analysis of Knowledge Based Authentication
Paradigm shift of normality, reality and identity influenced by technology and globalization
AuResS: The Audience Response System
What do students ask themselves during lectures?
Development of Pyramidia : an integrative e-learning multimedia tool
Some aspects of student teamwork on practical assignments for complex control and measurement systems
HED 2.0 - How much change does engineering education really need?
A Rich Content Self Study Tool
Don’t Waste That Project Funding Maximise Your Greatest Asset
Optimization of Firewall Rules
The Structure of the Pyramidia E-learning Tool – the Programmer’ s Point of View
Pyramidia – An Integrative E-learning Tool
Heritage as a Relation, Understanding and Communication
E-teaching: Drivers and Likely Results
E-Mail System for Automatic Hoax Recognition
Objectives of ICT Use in Education
NREN - Beyond the future
Matching Requirements of (Tele)Medicine with Properties of ICT
NREN - And The Interaction With The Political Level
The role and strategy of an ARNet in a developing country
Nation-Wide ICT Infrastructure Introduction and its Leverage for Overall Development
Comparative analysis of ERP software in Republic of Croatia
NREN - Its Existence and Mission
What Is A Digital Textbook
What is a Digital Textbook
Information Technology, Academic Community & Future: ARNet Model
Privacy and Copyright in Telemedicine
Cybercitizen's Need for Copyright
Who needs information from Cyberworld, after all?
The Opportunities, Challenges and Obstacles of Becoming an Information Society
Library As A Network Node
Information Warfare as a Way of Life
Current State and Development Strategy of Telemedicine Infrastructure
From nothing to the leading edge information infrastructure: the Croatian model
A Nation-Wide 155 Mbps ATM Academic Network Reaches the Desktop
Societal Impact of Information Warfare
There Will Be Neither Privacy Nor Security in the (Brave New) Cyberworld(s)
Changes of the medical information systems under the influence of contemporary interactive multimedial technologies
Do computer literate users need a library?
Croatian Academic and Research Network
The Role and Status of Croatian Academic and Research Network - CARNet
Digital Data Transmition via FM Radio Broadcasting
Concept and Development of CARNet
A Concept of A Complex Multichannel System for Dynamic Measurements
Croatian Academic Network CARNet
Computerised renal patient data in the process of treatment
DISPROL - Digital Signal Processing Language
Universal Graphical Progam Interface
Yugoslav experience with La Croix deflectograph
A Digital Processing of the Rheoencephalogram
Predrag Pale earned his dipl. ing. (B.Sc.), mr. sc. (M.S.) and dr.sc. (PhD) degrees from Zagreb University, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing.
His current scientific interest and activity are in the fields of ICT in education, user and man-machine interfaces and ICT security.
He is a consultant and designer, educator and lecturer in the fields of information systems and education.
Microcomputers got into center of his attention already in the high-school and became main subject of interest during study. He was involved in basic computing technologies designing, producing and deploying computer hardware, software, operating systems and computer networks. However, the major part of his almost thirty years of professional activities is in the application and leverage of information and communication technologies (ICT). Deliberately and intentionally he was acquiring broad range of experience from civil engineering and medicine, to libraries and government administration, to business and financial applications, to media and education. During his involvement in industry he gained crucial experience in production and application of ICT in civil engineering and medicine.
Since 1986 he works at the Faculty of Electrical engineering and Computing of Zagreb University researching, leading industrial projects as well as improving and practicing education. He is often a member of national committees for application of ICT in education and public systems like Government task force for National information security program (2005), IT board of Zagreb University (2004), Lifelong and e-learning board of Faculty of electrical engineering and Computing, E-health board of Croatian Academy of Medical Sciences and others.
He is one of the main architects of Croatian Academic and Research Network – CARNet at the beginning of the nineties as well as the first national broadband computer network, based on ATM technology at the speeds of 155 and 622 Mbps via optical cables, which connected 12 cities in 1996.
In 1992 he co-designed and produced information system of Croatian national news agency – Hina, as well as communication software for the first national on-line transaction system for credit cards.
In 1994 he was the co-author of patent application «IDT – Independent Data Transmission» that enables broadcasting of digital data within the signal of a standard FM radio station.
Predrag Pale initiated the project of Croatian Academic and Research Network – CARNet in 1991, System of Scientific Information – SZI in 1994 and National Information System for Libraries – NISKA in 1996.
From 1993 to 2000 he served as Deputy minister of science and technology in charge of ICT.
He is the co-founder of Central and Eastern European Networking Association – CEENet, the regional association of national academic and research networking organizations.
Since early nineties he gave numerous invited lectures at international conferences, including frequent invited talks at international events on the topic of privacy and security of information systems, among which was the keynote speech on information warfare for NATO top generals at “Open Road 99” conference. He is often teaching at NATO and RACVIAC workshops.
He received the medal of «The Order of Croatian Star with the Effigy of Rudjer Boskovic», «State Award for Science», Croatian IEEE Chapter Outstanding Engineering Contribution Award and IEEE Education Society „Distinguished Chapter Leadership Award“. He is listed in Croatian Encyclopedia.
Postgraduate doctoral study programme
- Digital education (Lecturer in charge)
Computational and artificial intelligence
Cognitive systems Knowledge engineering Knowledge acquisition Knowledge representation Distance learning Electronic learning Learning systems Learning management systems Autonomous mental development
Computers and information processing
Knowledge management Knowledge transfer Open Access YouTube Computer interfaces Input devices Interface phenomena Cyberspace Internet security Peer-to-peer computing Computer security Wearable Computers
Adaptive learning Mentoring Educational technology Computer aided instruction Learning management systems Engineering education Communication engineering education Computer science education Electrical engineering education Electronics engineering education
Cyberspace Internet Network security Peer-to-peer computing Internet security
Students' poll results
Good methods used to encourage students. Also an interesting way of lecturing.
The professor delivers great lectures, encourages us to think.
A unique concept of grading, a very useful project. I like the emphasis of the course on the project.
Teaching organization and the teacher are not good, but phenomenal, really exquisite lectures, constant engagement of students in the lecture, resulting in much more learning and interest in the course.
There is also a project that provides practical knowledge, whoever created this way teaching is a true gentleman.
If all courses were like this, I would gain much more knowledge and experience from my schooling.
Application of ICT in Education
Learning and Teaching Methods
Computer and network security
Application of ICT in general
Media & Learning Association - member of the board of directors
SEFI - National Coordinator
Croatian Academy of Medical Sciences - E-Health Committee
List of select projects
LeCTo - Lecture Capture Tool
AuResS - Audience Response System
Fakultet elektrotehnike i računarstva Sveučilišta u Zagrebu
Ministarstvo znanosti i tehnologije
Elektrotehnički fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu
Laboratorij mjerne elektronike