Irena Nikaj hold PhD titled “Albanian Social and Philosophical Thought of the ’30-Neo-Albanianism” from the Faculty of Social Science, Department of Philosophy and Sociology in Tirana, Albania, a MA in Philosophy and Political Science from Tirana’s University with very good results (9.3/10). Professor Nikaj have a long time of experience as associated professor, researcher and head of researchers group in Korça’s University and other higher educational institutions abroad. She is the author of dozens of scientific articles at home and abroad. She has presented her scientific papers in many national and international congresses / conferences. Professor Nikaj is currently the President of the Albanian Sociological Association (ALBSA) and the Albanian Institute of Sociology (www.sociology.al).
ICT offers flexibility of time and space, a way out of isolation, and potentially increased access to knowledge and productive resources even in remote locations. But ICT may also contribute to discrimination and reinforce existing inequalities. Considering the manifestations of gender inequalities in the access, use, and control of information and communication technologies and how those inequalities can be erased, at the same time, it show how ICTs can provide opportunities for women to improve their incomes, gain awareness of their rights, and improve their own and their families’ well-being. In the framework of this study, there are interviewed students from the Faculty of Economics and Education and Philology, in order to collect data on the place that occupies the use of technology and mobile learning in their everyday learning and life in terms of gender. The data that appears in student filled questionnaires shows changes, especially in terms and ways of using new technologies and networks.