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Volume 99, 2021International Scientific Conference “Delivering Impact in Higher Education Learning and Teaching: Enhancing Cross-Boarder Collaborations” (DIHELT 2021)
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The experience of distance learning in the bologna process countries during the COVID-19 pandemic
NANO HE Institute of World Civilizations, Leninsky Prospekt, 1 / 2k1, Moscow, Russia
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In this article, the authors analyze various aspects of the distance learning discourse of the countries participating in the Bologna Process from the point of view of the impact of the pandemic on the development of higher education. The author pays special attention to the practical aspects of the activities of Russian universities during the pandemic, their interaction with each other and the problems of cooperation in the context of distance learning. Naturally, the stress caused by the epidemic and the transition to distance learning, especially for senior teachers, could not but affect the quality of training, but competently and professionally selected materials provided students with an educational result, and teachers with positive feedback and opportunities for self - development. The aim of the article is to demonstrate the experience of distance learning in the context of the pandemic and its impact on the higher education system. The author used the following methods: comparative research; methods of collecting empirical information; conceptual and terminological analysis; a method for solving problems. The results of the study can certainly be considered as revealing the positive dynamics of the development of the Bologna process in the higher education system, especially in the context of the pandemic.
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