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The open education system: Formation and functioning
Mamonova, Julia A.

PublishedMarch 2014
JournalThe Education and Science Journal
Issue 8, Pages 81 - 91
PublisherRussian State Vocational Pedagogical University
Original PublicationОбразование и наука
EditorV.I., Zagvyazinskii
CountryRussia, Europe

Цель статьи – разработка основ создания и функционирования открытой образовательной системы. Актуальность темы исследования обусловлена необходимостью интеграции знаний в единое информационное образовательное пространство, что является одной из важнейших стратегических задач современного университета.

Научная новизна и результаты исследования. Так как современная образовательная среда формируется на основе новых ≪потребительских стратегий≫, автором на основе социологического опроса студентов вузов Нижнего Новгорода и преподавателей различных вузов страны выявлены основные потребности пользователей открытых образовательных ресурсов. Раскрыты преимущества и возможности организации институциональных репозиториев; разработаны основные принципы создания единой образовательной инфокоммуникационной среды; представлена возможная структура образовательного портала.

Практическая значимость. Положения, изложенные в статье, могут быть использованы высшими учебными заведениями при формировании, например, систем дистанционного обучения или при внедрении в учебный процесс открытых образовательных ресурсов.

The study is aimed at developing the basic principles of foundation and functioning of the open educational system, its relevance results from the strategic goal of knowledge integration facing the modern universities.

The research findings and novelty: The author identifies the general needs of the users of open educational resources and proves the advantages of organizing the institutional repositories, based on sociological surveys targeting the university students of Nizhny Novgorod and academic staff of several Russian higher schools. The basic principles of the unified educational information and communications environment were developed, and a feasible structure of educational portal presented.

The practical significance: The research outcomes, complying with the new ≪consumer strategies≫, can be used by the higher educational institutions for developing the distance system of education and implementing the open educational resources in academic process.

Keywords institutional repositories · integrated informational educational system · needs · Open Educational Resources · principle · институциональные репозитарии · интегрированная информационная образовательная система · открытые образовательные ресурсы · потребность · принцип

Published atRussian Federation
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