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Authors: Henseruk, Halyna
Buyak, Bogdan
Kravets, Volodymyr
Tereshchuk, Hryhorii
Boiko, Mariya
Bibliographic description (Ukraine): Henseruk H., Buyak B., Kravets V., Tereshchuk H., Boiko M. DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION OF THE EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT OF THE UNIVERSITY // E-learning. Katowice ; Cieszyn, 2020, Vol. 12 : Innovative Educational Technologies, Tools and Methods for E-learning. P. 325–335.
Issue Date: 2020
Keywords: digital transformation.
digital competence
digital technologies
digital learning environment
Abstract: One of the ways to develop the digital competence of future teachers is to create a digital learning environment at university. The article substantiates the essence of the concept of “digital educational environment”, defines its structural components and outlines strategies for its implementation. The article analyses foreign experience in the creation and implementation of digital learning environment, which is a critical component of the model of the development of future teachers’ digital competence. An important precondition for creating a digital learning environment of a university is the availability of modern IT infrastructure, technologies and means of electronic communication of all the participants of educational process, the creation of digital educational content. In this context, the experience of Volodymyr Hnatiuk Ternopil National Pedagogical University on the digital transformation of the educational process is shared. The article describes the principles of projecting digital learning environment. It analyses possibilities of the organisation of the digital learning environment of a university with the use of cloud technologies and their possible application in various fields, which provides a range of opportunities for the digitalization of educational process.
ISBN: 978-83-66055-19-3
Appears in Collections:Монографії, розділи з монографій (міжфакультетні)

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