SHS Web Conf.
Volume 29, 20162016 International Conference “Education Environment for the Information Age” (EEIA-2016)
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Section||Education environment changes under the influence of InfoComm technologies|
|Published online||03 August 2016|
The shape of a transforming educational process in post-industrial society
BSU, 670000, Ulan-Ude, Russia
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This paper presents contemplations about possibilities and risks of postindustrial society and impressions of the prospects of post-industrial education. It considers peculiarities of electronic information and educational environment (EIEE) in a modern university. The paper determines conditions for an efficient functioning of the EIEE and the role of e-learning tutor. The authors express the idea about a necessity to humanize the information and educational interaction of students and faculty. In their view, the role of tutor lies in knowledge management allowing enhancement of educational process in the EIEE. The paper substantiates the topicality of tutor support of e-learning. It introduces the Master’s program under the name “Organization and Support of E-Learning” and characterizes competences formed, which reflect the specifics of teaching activity of an elearning tutor. The authors pay attention to the necessity of searching for technologies, which ensure the humanization of students and faculty activity in the electronic information and educational environment.
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