SHS Web Conf.
Volume 97, 2021International Conference “Technological Educational Vision” (TEDUVIS 2020)
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|Published online||08 February 2021|
Education as a driver of economic growth of territories in the conditions of digital transformation
Chuvash State University, Russia
Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
The development and spread of digital technologies lead to serious qualitative changes not only in the field of industrial production. They have a strong impact on the social development of society, including education. The new technological (digital) revolution requires an individualized approach to meeting the economic and social needs of society. The digital revolution focuses on the quality of education based on the comprehensive development of each individual. Moreover, the tools of information and communication technologies used in the education system change depending on the conditions and settings of socio-economic development of the territory. Digital technologies have penetrated all spheres of society’s life, which requires a new quality of education from every employee. In the modern world, a computer can replace about 62% of employees, and only 13% of people have a high level of intellectual literacy that surpasses computer systems . The existing education system needs serious changes, since the system of modern training of workers is inferior to the level of training of workers who worked in the 90s. Moreover, the changes that are being made should also be individualized depending on the socio-economic requirements of the territory. The article identifies the main problems of socio-economic development of the Chuvash Republic. A number of projects are proposed that contribute to the development of the region’s territory in the context of digital transformation.
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