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Volume 93, 20213rd International Scientific Conference on New Industrialization and Digitalization (NID 2020)
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|12 January 2021
Problems of Professional Self-Development Among Undergraduates in the Digital Space, Identified During the COVID-19 Pandemic
1 Ryazan State University named after S.A. Yesenin, 390000 Ryazan, Russia
2 Research Institute of the of the Federal penitentiary service of Russia, 125130 Moscow, Russia
3 Moscow state University of technology and management named after K.G. Razumovsky, 109004 Moscow, Russia
4 Institute of world civilizations, 107078 Moscow, Russia
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
The article examines the problems of professional self- development among undergraduates in the digital space, identified during the COVID-19 pandemic. The results of the study showed that students have characteristics that are necessary for further personal growth. They want to know themselves and ready to change and learn new things, improve themselves. Conducted during a pandemic and distance learning in self- isolation showed that 50% of students expressed satisfaction with this form of education, explaining their opinion with a high level of independent search for the necessary information, opportunities for self-development, self-realization, and self-improvement. Among the difficulties of distance learning, all surveyed identified: search and critical analysis of digital information; communicative dissatisfaction, the need for approval. The surveyed students in their self-development need a micro- and macro- environment that would create a secure creative educational space. It is necessary to search for new solutions to overcome psychological barriers associated with the need for self-development as future highly qualified specialists in the context of modern trends in the development of digital education.
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