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Information competencies of subjects of educational media space under conditions of digitalization

U.A. Kogteva
80,00 Р

UDC 378::004

https://doi.org/10.20339/AM.06-20.070   

 

U.A. Kogteva is third year PhD student (Sociology) at University of Technology, Korolev City, Moscow Region e-mail: u.kogteva@ut-mo.ru

 

Analyzed is the problem of digitalization of educational media space. Educational media space is considered from comprehensive point of view and includes three main levels, i.e. interaction between teacher and student in educational process, internal and external environment. Each level is digitalized including digitalization of space and of interaction. The author studied foreign sources relating to the digital gap and digital divide that are relevant for modern society. Results of the author’s research conducted in the form of expert survey are given and interpreted in the article. The experts were professors of Russian and European universities. It was paid particular attention to results, concerning several indicators of digitalization of educational media space, in particular, instrumental, analytical and strategic information competences, and media space of university in general. The author identifies problem zones, requiring organization to take action, and growth points, indicating digitalization potential.

Key words: digitalization, university’s media space, expert survey, management.

 

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