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Creation and development of the latest information systems and technologies has caused significant changes in the organization of the educational process. When computerizing the educational process, the language should go not so much about textbooks and not even about educational-methodical complexes, but about the construction of an effective learning environment. Progress in the field of information technology allows today to seriously talk about building a learning process with an open educational architecture. It is these capabilities that fully provide E-learning as a form of learning…mehr

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Creation and development of the latest information systems and technologies has caused significant changes in the organization of the educational process. When computerizing the educational process, the language should go not so much about textbooks and not even about educational-methodical complexes, but about the construction of an effective learning environment. Progress in the field of information technology allows today to seriously talk about building a learning process with an open educational architecture. It is these capabilities that fully provide E-learning as a form of learning based on the use of electronic information processing and communication to provide a wide range of solutions for high-performance learning. Strengthening the processes of computerization of the publishing industry leaves the fundamental basis of printing production unchanged, namely the technological processes of publishing and printing business.
Autorenporträt
Hrabovskyi, Yevhen
Hrabovskyi Yevhen Scientific interests: e-Learning, mathematical modeling, e-business, information resources in engineering and economics, Information Systems in ManagementPosition: Associate Professor, Department of Computer Systems and Technologies, Simon Kuznets Kharkiv National University of EconomicsNumber of scientific publications: 92