Majlinda Fetaji

Work place: South East European University, Contemporary Sciences, Tetovo, 1200, Macedonia



Research Interests: Computational Learning Theory, Computer Architecture and Organization, Virtual Reality, Data Compression, Data Structures and Algorithms, Programming Language Theory, Comparative Programming Language Analysis


Majlinda Fetaji is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Computer Sciences at South East European University -SEEU. She received her PhD in Computer Sciences at the Faculty of Contemporary Sciences and Technologies at South East European University –SEEU with the dissertation thesis “MAI instructional model, MLUAT testing methodology and TBMLM methodology framework for developing mobile learning software solutions”. Her main research interests are algorithms and data structures, programming, e-learning, m-learning, virtual learning environments, and closely related fields. Awarded “Researcher of the year 2008” from the Macedonian Academy of Sciences for her research work in mobile learning and Technology Enhanced Education. Participated in different projects in Tempus, Erasmus and other national and international research projects. Head of the Quality Team of the Faculty of Computer Sciences. Published more than 60 scientific papers in international conferences and more than 20 international journals. The author can be contacted at

Author Articles
Analyses of Impacting Factors of ICT in Education Management: Case Study

By Bekim Fetaji Majlinda Fetaji Mirlinda Ebibi Samet Kera

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Feb. 2018

Research studies and attitudes towards ICT use in education management are shifting, and often significantly. This is likely to have a major impact upon ICT and education management. However, the real significance of the impact for educational management has yet to be seen within this research study. The focus of the research study is to investigate and analyses the ICT usage in Education Management. ICT in teaching has an important role and its impact on the advancement of educational processes related to effective teaching and learning, and modern research in this field is almost irreplaceable. Another important element is the use of different software platforms that facilitate learning visible and make it more concrete, more practical and applicable to everyday life. In order to analyze the data a combination of qualitative and quantitative methodology has been used. In order to analyze this, Case study analysis of high schools in city of Skopje, Macedonia is realized. Insights and recommendations are provided.

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