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Influence of modern information technologies on training of students medical, journalist and IT-specialists in formal, non-formal and informal education

L.B. Erstein, M.G. Vasilieva, A.V. Akhlestina
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L.B. Ershteyn is Cand.Sci. (Pedagogy), doc. е-mail:; M.G. Vasilyeva is Cand.Sci. (Philology), doc. е-mail: at Saint-Petersburg State University of Industrial Technologies and Design; and A.V. Akhlestina is student е-mail:

at 1st Moscow State Medical University n.a. I.M. Sechenov


Researched is the problem of using information technologies in higher education. Substantiated is importance of the research, and also shown is, that such attention to information technologies is conditioned by that fact, that they radically change characteristics of transmitting entity and the process of transmission information in the process of education. Shown is, that division of education into formal, non-formal and informal is caused by the level of formalization of transmitting (educating) subject. The importance that is being played by formal, non-formal and informal education in higher professional education has been also identified. Revolution of informal education related to appearance of the Internet has been shown for the first time. Substantiated is necessity for studying specifics and peculiarities of using information technologies in training specialists of various professions.

Key words: information technologies, formal, non-formal and informal education, Internet network, higher education, journalistic, medicine, IT-specialists.



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