Provide students' self-fulfillment through the application of modern information technology in higher education

  • E.N. Shutenko
  • M.A. Kanishcheva
  • J.J. Kovtun
  • J.P. Derevyanko
  • A.I. Shutenko
Keywords: the higher school, information technologies, attributes and modalities of students’ self-fulfillment, personal-centered functions of information technologies

Abstract

The level of development of modern information technologies requires their wider application in the higher school including for solving the problem of complete self-fulfillment of students during university education. The current study established attributive and modal signs of students’ self-fulfillment associated with certain functions of modern information technologies. A set of these functions is represented by two contours – actual and potential. The actual contour consists of such functions as descriptive, representative, exponing, navigation-orientation, search-euristic etc. The contour of potential functions of information technologies consists of such functions as reflexive, constructive-modelling, the function of personalization, activating, translimitive, temporal, inclusive etc. Together both contours of functions form the holistic information environment of opportunities for students' selffulfillment in the format of "person-to-person" educational interaction.

Keywords: the higher school, information technologies, attributes and modalities of students’ self-fulfillment, personal-centered functions of information technologies

Published
2017-07-26

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eISSN: 1112-9867