Digital Technologies In The Higher Education System

Abstract

The topic of the use of digital technologies in the field of education in connection with the development of information technologies and the changing requirements of the modern labor market is currently very relevant. Modern life dictates its own conditions, now employers need specialists who have the skills to freely use electronic technologies in their professional activities. Digital technologies are an integral part of public life and open up wide opportunities the development of competencies in the professional sphere. The article discusses the main digital educational technologies, including: cloud technologies, mobile space, web quest, online courses. The aim of the study is to reveal the essence of digital technologies in the educational space and to determine their advantages, which include visibility, accessibility, orientation to the individual abilities of students. The article discusses the theoretical and practical problems of using digital technologies in teaching humanities at a technical university. The results of our research have shown that the competent use of innovative technologies in the educational process contributes to the formation of positive motivation among students, allowing them to make it as effective as possible, meeting modern realities. It is argued that digital educational technologies in the educational space are a necessary condition for improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the educational process.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.120

Online ISSN

2357-1330