Mirko Duić is an assistant professor at the Department of Information Sciences at the University of Zadar, Croatia. In 2009, he started working in this department. His main areas of teaching and research interests are digital libraries and collections, film and other media at information institutions, media, and digital literacy, availability and cultural diversity of literature, user cultural interests and practices, and creation and sharing of information on social networks. He is the (co-)author of various research articles, among which are: “How to Build Better Participative Digital Libraries and Their User Communities – Insights from the User Study of the Facebook Heritage Group: Zagreb as it Used to Be”, “Social Media Networking Literacy and Privacy on Facebook: Comparison of Pupils and Students Regarding the Public Availability of Their Personal Information”, “Goodreads and Readers’ Advisory on the Example of Croatian Users”, “Visual Literacy in Library Practice: Use of Images on the Facebook Pages of Croatian Public Libraries”, “In Labyrinths of Digital Text: Use of Web Literature by Faculty From Two Croatian Universities”.
CV updated on 2022-10-01.