Teaching Latin For Medical Students In Context Of Digital Transformation Of Education

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The article is devoted to the problem of using IT technologies in teaching a humanitarian discipline at a medical university. The impact of the new learning format on the teaching of humanities is radical, and sometimes dramatic. The authors assess the current situation of accelerated and massive digitalization in the field of teaching humanities in general, analyze the term digital humanities. The pros and cons of robotization in humanitarian sphere are considered, comparison of traditional teaching methods with the latest high-tech methods of online education is carried out. Latin medical terminology, one of the most traditional disciplines in the medical education system, must now fit into the new format of education, acquiring fundamentally new qualities, while preserving everything valuable from traditional education. The authors present their own experience of teaching Latin in the new conditions for medical students at a humanitarian university. In particular, the technological tools used to create your own online course are described. The advantages of online teaching and learning, as well as its costs and risks, are named. The authors support a mixed learning format (blended learning) in teaching a humanitarian discipline at a medical university. This approach will contribute to success and responsibility in the professional sphere.

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28 December 2021

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978-1-80296-119-5

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European Publisher

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120

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1st Edition

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1-877

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Culture, communication, history, mediasphere, education, law

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Stanevich, S. V., Nazarova, I. G., & Medvedeva, N. G. (2021). Teaching Latin For Medical Students In Context Of Digital Transformation Of Education. In D. Y. Krapchunov, S. A. Malenko, V. O. Shipulin, E. F. Zhukova, A. G. Nekita, & O. A. Fikhtner (1st Edition), Perishable And Eternal: Mythologies and Social Technologies of Digital Civilization, vol 120. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 474-480). European Publisher. https://doi.org/10.15405/epsbs.2021.12.03.63