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On possibilities and problems of using newest informational technologies during organization of training of students

M.Yu. Osipov
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M.Yu. Osipov is Cand.Sci. (Jurisprudence), senior researcher at Institute of Jurisprudence & Management of VPA e-mail:


Researched is the problem of using latest informational technologies in university. Actuality of the problem is conditioned by the fact, that modern student is living constantly in informational environment, from which he derives necessary information. The aim of the research is to show, how the newest informational technologies are being used for organization of training of students, and also to identify factors, that prevent the use of latest information technology in training of students. The object of the research are latest informational technologies, which are being used in the course of teaching students and organizing of educational process at university. Also the author suggests a number of measures, that are conductive to introduction of newest informational technologies at high school.

Key words: newest information technologies, organization of training, students, faculty staff, quality, contemporary higher education.




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